Amaranth as a topical for any type of swelling. It can also produce a lather because of its saponine content. This in turn creates powerful bandaging properties. If made into a decoction, it may facilitate the removal of parasites, worms or other infested critters to leave the body. Amaranth has a high level of Vitamin C, and packed with other vitamins such as riboflavin and thiamine. It contains niacin, and may produce a niacin flush. It also contains iron calcium, phosphorus and potassium. It is also a good source of protein.
Amaranth is useful in ridding the body of parasites, worms and other critters. Amaranth may help alleviate canker sores and bleeding gums. If Amaranth is used in soups, it may help heal ulcers in the mouth and stomach and also aid in excessive menses.
Niacin flush. Check with your doctor first.
The flower and leaves.
Amaranth may be used in soups or other food preparations. Used as directed if you are using for healing purposes, so check with your doctor first. Amaranth has been used for diarrhea, dystentery, excessive menstration, ulcers and nose bleeds.
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