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Mrs Grieve on Bilberries



Type of Spiritual Experience


A galactagogue, or galactogogue, is a substance that promotes lactation in humans and other animals. It may be synthetic, plant-derived, or endogenous.

Aphthous stomatitis is a common cause of benign and non-contagious mouth ulcers. This condition is characterized by the repeated formation of ulcers in the mouth, in otherwise healthy individuals. These ulcers occur periodically and heal completely between attacks. Symptoms range from a minor nuisance to interfering with eating and drinking.. The cause is not understood, different people may have different triggers, including 'nutritional deficiencies, local trauma, stress, hormonal influences, allergies, and a genetic predisposition'. Some scientists however are investigating both viruses and bacteria as the cause. The condition is very common, affecting about 20% of the general population to some degree

A description of the experience

---Medicinal Action and Uses---The leaves can be used in the same way as those of UvaUrsi. The fruits are astringent, and are especially valuable in diarrhoea and dysentery, in the form of syrup. The ancients used them largely, and Dioscorides spoke highly of them. They are also used for discharges, and as antigalactagogues. A decoction of the leaves or bark of the root may be used as a local application to ulcers, and in ulceration of the mouth and throat.

The fruit is helpful in scurvy and urinary complaints, and when bruised with the roots and steeped in gin has diuretic properties valuable in dropsy and gravel. A tea made of the leaves is also a remedy for diabetes if taken for a prolonged period

The source of the experience


Concepts, symbols and science items



Science Items

Activities and commonsteps