Description. Since Hippocrates times mistletoe has been used as styptic and astringent. In Japan, England and Europe mistletoe has always been respected and considered to be the herb of great healing value. Mistletoe is nervine, antispasmodic, tonic and narcotic. Mistletoe has been used for centuries in traditional medicine for seizures, headaches, and other conditions. Mistletoe is used mainly in Europe as a therapy for cancer. Laboratory studies have found that mistletoe kills cancer cells and stimulates the immune system. Use. Mistletoe has a great reputation for curing the 'falling sickness' epilepsy - and other convulsive nervous disorders. It has also been employed in checking internal haemorrhage. It has been employed in convulsions delirium, hysteria, neuralgia, nervous debility, urinary disorders, heart disease, and many other complaints arising from a weakened and disordered state of the nervous system.
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