honeysuckle is a plant that is occasionally referred to as "woodbine." the flower, seed, and leaves are used for medicine. be cautious now not to confuse honeysuckle with other vegetation which might be additionally referred to as woodbine, inclusive of american ivy, gelsemium, and clematis virginiana.
honeysuckle is used for digestive disorders such as pain and swelling (inflammation) of the small gut (enteritis) and dysentery; upper respiration tract infections consisting of colds, influenza, swine flu, and pneumonia; other viral and bacterial infections; swelling of the brain (encephalitis); fever; boils; and sores. honeysuckle is likewise used for urinary problems, headache, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and most cancers. a few human beings use it to sell sweating, as a laxative, to counteract poisoning, and for delivery control.
honeysuckle is once in a while implemented to the pores and skin for infection and itching, and to kill germs.
other names is honeysuckle recognised by way of:
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, eastern 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.
inadequate proof to charge effectiveness for:
swelling (infection) of small air passages within the lung (bronchiolitis). early studies suggests a mixture of honeysuckle, baikal skullcap, and forsythia given by iv (intravenously) through a healthcare provider would possibly shorten the length of signs and symptoms of bronchiolitis in youngsters with respiratory syncytial virus infection.
bacterial or viral infections.