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|Cat Given Name :||Alder|
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The leaves of this tree are deciduous, alternate, simple, and serrated. The flowers are catkins with elongate male catkins on the same plant as shorter female catkins, often before leaves appear. They differ from the birches (Betula, the other genus in the family) in that the female catkins are woody and do not disintegrate at maturity, opening to release the seeds in a similar manner to many conifer cones.
May be used to reduce and prevent swelling, pain, and prevent infection.
|Complaints :||Broken Bone (Open), Burn, Abrasion, Fleas,|
|Symptoms :||Inflammation, Infection, Pain,|
|Collecting & Storing Leaves|
|When to Collect||:||Greenleaf to early Leaf-bare|
|How to Collect||:||Pluck the leaves of healthy green coloration from the branches of the tree.|
|How to Preserve||:||Lay the leaves in the sun so that they may dry quickly.|
|How to Store||:||Store in loose piles in a dry, cool place.|
|Detailed Usage Information|
|Leaves||:||Chew and apply externally to a wound to prevent infection and reduce both pain and swelling|
|Leaves||:||Patient should chew to remove toothache and prevent complications.|