What other names is Honeysuckle known by?
Barbe de Chèvre, Broquebique, Caulis Lonicerae Japonica, Chèvrefeuille, Chèvrefeuille des Bois, Chèvrefeuille des Haies, Chèvrefeuille du Japon, Cranquillier, Fleur de Miel, Flos Lonicerae, Goat's Leaf, Herbe de Chèvre, Herbe à la Pentecôte, Herbe de Pentecôte, Herbe à la Vierge, Honey Suckle, Honeysuckle Flower, Japanese Honeysuckle, Jin Yin Hua, Jinyinhua, Lonicera, Lonicera aureoreticulata, Lonicera bournei, Lonicera caprifolia, Lonicera japonica, Lonicerae Japonicae, Madreselva, Nindo, Périclymène, Ren Dong, Saute-Buisson, Suikazura, Woodbine.
What is Honeysuckle?
Honeysuckle is a plant. The flower, seed, and leaves are used for medicine. Be careful not to confuse honeysuckle with other plants which are also known as woodbine, such as American ivy or gelsemium.
Insufficient Evidence to Rate Effectiveness for...
- Inflammation of small air passages in the lung (bronchiolitis), digestive disorders, cancerous tumors, constipation, skin inflammation, itching, colds, fever, swelling, boils, sores, bacterial or viral infections, promoting sweating, and other conditions.
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