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Surprising Herbal Uses Of A Common Grass Abundantly Found In The Philippines
The detoxifying work of goose grass (Local common names in the Philippines: bakis-bakisan; bang-angan; bikad-bikad; bila-bila; palagtiki; parangis; sabung-sabungan; sambali) seems to be partly linked to its ability to the cleanse lymphatic system. In popular medicine it is said to help to heal various glandular disorders, including tonsillitis, hepatitis and even some thyroid disorders.
Its aerial parts are also astringent, tonic, depurative, vulnerary. It is also antiphlogistic and febrifuge, making it a helpful herb to include in conditions that involve fevers. Some herbalists claim that goose grass is more effective when its fresh juice is used.
Goose Grass’s botanical genus, Galium, is derived from the Greek word, gala, which means “milk” and is supposed to relate to the fact that the plant has the ability to curdle milk, which was beneficial in the making of cheese. Aside from Goose Grass’s medicinal uses as a cleanser for the lymph glands, kidneys and blood, the cooked shoots and young plants are considered a nourishing vegetable dish; in fact, in China, it is even considered a weight-reducing vegetable.
Goose Grass acts as a cleansing and purifying tonic that rids the body of toxins in several ways. It is said to act extensively on the lymphatic system and be effective in removing and draining poisons and trapped bacteria from the lymph glands and help relieve glandular fever, swollen or enlarged lymph glands (lymphadenitis), adenoids and tonsillitis.
Goose Grass is considered a diaphoretic that helps to stimulate perspiration and sweating, which not only cools the body and lowers fevers, but also helps to expel toxic wastes through the skin.
The coumarin content in Goose Grass is considered to have blood-thinning properties, which may have a beneficial effect in reducing blood pressure and platelet aggregation (blood clotting). This quality might be very beneficial in the prevention of arteriosclerosis, strokes and heart attacks.
Goose Grass’s rich vitamin C content was once used to treat scurvy and is still thought to be helpful in cases where there is a vitamin C deficiency. Goose Grass has an historic application for treating cysts and tumors.