Albizzia bark is used medicinally to treat inflammation. Albizzia lebbek is used as an astringent, to treat boils, cough, to treat the eye, flu, gingivitis, lung problems, pectoral problems, is used as a tonic, and is used to treat abdominal tumors. Albizzia lebbek also finds use in Snake bite and Scorpio sting.
Various parts of the Azadirachta indica( neem )tree have been used as traditional Ayurvedic medicine in India. Azadirachta indica (Neem) oil and the bark and leaf extracts have been therapeutically used as folk medicine to control leprosy, intestinal helminthiasis, respiratory disorders, constipation and also as a general health promoter. Azadirachta indica is used for the treatment of rheumatism, chronic syphilitic sores and indolent ulcer has also been evident. Azadirachta indica (Neem) oil finds use to control various skin infections. Azadirachta indica bark, leaf, root, flower and fruit together cure blood morbidity, biliary afflictions, itching, skin ulcers, burning sensations and pthysis. The aqueous extract of Azadirachta indica (neem) bark and leaf also possesses anticomplement and immunostimulant activity. Azadirachta indica (Neem) oil has been shown to possess activity by selectively activating the cell-mediated immune mechanisms to elicit an enhanced response to subsequent mitogenic or antigenic challenge. Aqueous extract of Azadirachta indica (neem) leaves significantly decreases blood sugar level and prevents adrenaline as well as glucose-induced hyperglycaemia. Recently, hypoglycaemic effect was observed with leaf extract and seed oil, in normal as well as alloxan-induced diabetic rabbits. Azadirachta indica (Neem) leaf and bark aqueous extracts produce highly potent antiacid secretory and antiulcer activity. Oil from the leaves, seed and bark possesses a wide spectrum of antibacterial action against Gram-negative and Gram-positive microorganisms, including M. tuberculosis and streptomycin resistant strains. In vitro, it inhibits Vibrio cholerae Klebsiella pneumoniae, M. tuberculosis and M. pyogenes. Antimicrobial effects of neem extract have been demonstrated against Streptococcus mutans and S. faecalis.
Allium sativum has had more folklore and scientific research devoted to it than any other herb. Allium sativum was, and still is, used globally by all three classic healing systems, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurvedic Medicine from India and European medicine. As far as back as the first century BC, the Greek physician Dioscorides stated that Garlic "clears the arteries and opens the mouth of the veins" - a fact that modern science affirmed more than 2000 years later! Tracing the history of civilization, it is very interesting to note that Garlic was first a "tool of magic power" in the hands of the physician-priest or medicine man. Here is a list of ailments where the healing power of Allium sativum can be very helpful: acne, aids, arthritis, arteriosclerosis and, bites, blood clots atherosclerosis, boils and cysts, breast-feeding, cancer, coughs, cold & influenza, corns, calluses, warts, high cholesterol, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, diarrhea & dysentery, earache, eczema, fatigue, food poisoning, free radicals, fungus, heart attacks, heavy metal poisoning, hemorrhoids,high blood pressure, hives, hypertension, immune-deficiency, infectious diseases, insect problems, lip, mouth, throat, liver disease, pain, radiation, respiratory diseases, steroid abuse, stress, toothache, warts, worms