Each medicinal plant has a number of properties and side effects that diminutives are not excluded from. The most important therapeutic properties of this herbal medicine include: treatment of ascorbate (blood disease), blood and liver cleanser, clogs, laxatives for irascible individuals, gallbladder, treatment of nervous and anxiety illnesses such as melancholia, madness, nightmare, phlegm and vomiting, limb anesthesia and joint pain, coronary heart, treatment of stomach worms and wind therapy, treatment of chronic headaches caused by being irascible and headaches related to brain, premature ejaculation , diuretic and regular, seizure and epilepsy treatment. The nature of the plant is relatively warm and dry. Complications: Overdose can cause depression. It should not be used during pregnancy and lactation. Children under the age of 5 should not use it at all. hot tempered people should not use it and in case of consuming it, they can use tragacanth, violet, saffron and gum.
- Name: Harper's Dodder
- Type: Medicinal Plants
- Scientific Name: Cuscuta
- Product: Europe, Asia and South Africa and most parts of Iran