labdanum is a plant. the leaves, stems, and flora are used to make remedy.
labdanum is used for bronchitis, diarrhea, water retention (edema), hernia, tumors, leprosy, and hardening of the spleen. it is also used for loosening chest congestion, emptying the bowels, and as a stimulant.
a few humans follow labdanum to the pores and skin as a drying agent and to prevent bleeding from minor cuts.
in foods and liquids, various arrangements of labdanum (labdanum absolute, labdanum oleoresin, and labdanum oil) are used as flavoring agents.
in cosmetics, labdanum absolute and oil are used as perfume.
in addition, human beings use labdanum to kill pests and insects.
other names is labdanum regarded by using:
ambreine, ciste, ciste de crète, ciste à gomme, ciste ladanifère, ciste velu, cistus creticus, cistus incanus, cistus ladanifer, cistus ladaniferus, cistus polymorphus, cistus villosus, cyste, jara, jara de ládano, lédon, rockrose.
inadequate evidence to rate effectiveness for:
water retention (edema).
hardening of the spleen.
use as a stimulant.
emptying and cleaning the bowel.
preventing or stopping bleeding, while applied to the pores and skin.
greater evidence is needed to charge the effectiveness of labdanum for those uses.