jamaican dogwood is a plant. the foundation bark is used to make medicinal drug.
in spite of critical safety worries, jamaican dogwood is used for tension and fear, for sleep problems (specially sleeplessness due to anxious anxiety), and as a daylight hours sedative. it's also used for painful conditions along with nerve pain, migraines, and menstrual cramps.
be careful no longer to confuse jamaican dogwood and american dogwood.
other names is jamaican dogwood recognised through:
chijol, cornouiller de jamaïque, dogwood jamaica, erythrina piscipula, fishfudle, fish poison bark, fish-poison tree, ichthyomethia piscipula, jabín, jamaica dogwood, jamaican cornouiller, piscidia, piscidia communis, piscidia erythrina, piscidia piscipula, west indian dogwood.
insufficient evidence to price effectiveness for:
hassle sound asleep (insomnia).
peculiar or painful menstruation.