Ferula hermonis is endemic growing on screes of Mount Hermon, at 2500-2800 m. It grows in northern Lebanon and Mount Hermon in southern Israel and Syria. It flowers from May - August. The flowers are bright yellow.
Arabic name meaning is "hairy root".
Plant parts used: root, plucked in the summer.
Traditional Medicine: used to make cuts at the root and collecting the resin that had fallen. Now they use alcohol extract.
The plant is considered as stimulant, tonic, and mainly an aphrodisiac for men and women. Lebanese Doctors and pharmacists are reporting 100% success in treating male impotence Lebanese shepherds report the plant's impact on the sheep: the enhancement of sexual activity and reproduction.
Other uses of the plant are made in wound healing and various skin damage, treatment of infections in animals and increasing milk production in cows
Instructions for use: 3 drops to half a teaspoon under the tongue half an hour before sexual relations.
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Medicinal plant Ferula Hermoni, Ferula hermonis
David Perla L. Ac, M. Sc
The plant does is not only an Aphrodisiac: Initial studies to examine the effect showed increased sperm count because of it these findings support the use of traditional Arab medicine plant
Latin name: Ferula hermonis
Hebrew name: Ferula Hermoni
Arabic name: Shirsh Zallouh
Family: Apiaceae Umbelliferae Apiaceae
Botanical description: type Ferula belong to 150 species, growing in the Mediterranean to Central Asia. Kinds of soil are long grass - two years with thick roots. Large leaves, cut and feathered. Traditional medical use is in some species of Ferula. Other species were used as incense. Ferula galbanifula used as incense in ancient Greece. Seems galbanum mentioned as a component of incense in the temple is F. galbanifula. Resin of the plant odor. Our sources say: No one could resist the smell. Producing the resin from the root.
Soil Hermon is endemic species growing on screes on Mount Hermon, at 2500-2800 meters. It grows in northern Lebanon, and Hermon in southern Israel and Syria. It blooms from May - August. The flowers are bright yellow.
Arabic name meaning is "hairy root".
Plant Parts Used: Root, plucked in the summer.
Traditional Medicine: used to make cuts at the root and collecting the resin that had fallen. Day use of alcohol extract.
The plant is considered Lstimolnt, tonic, and especially Aphrodisiac for men and women. Lebanese doctors and pharmacists are reporting a 100% success in treating male impotence 0.1 Lebanese shepherds reported the plant's impact on flocks of sheep: the enhancement of sexual activity and reproduction.
Other uses are made in the plant wound healing and other skin damage, treatment of infections in animals and increasing milk production in cows 0.1
daucane sesquiterpenes: ferutinin2 teferdin3, ferutinol4, tenuferidine5, epoxy-ferutinol benzoate6, ferutinol vanillate7
Vitamins: A, B1, B2, B6, C, D
Minerals: Iron Magnesium, selenium, zinc.
Activity: Aphrodisiac, heals wounds, increases secretion of breast milk, helps strengthen the muscles in 0.1
Pharmacology: ferutinin and tenuferidine have estrogenic activity. They are similar in their activity to-di-ethylstilbestrol, which is a synthetic hormone with strong estrogenic activity 0.1
Ferutinine Rtzftrim showed an effect on pituitary estradiol Bhifotlamos and looked Shhifoseh 0.1 release of the hormone increases the yellowing which speeds up the production of testosterone 0.8
Many Israeli Arabs tend to use Zallouh9. Some of them found an increased number of sperm cells that they then use the plant for a month or two, 0.9 cases of very low number of cells that sperm, or sperm cells that were not found her at a low number of cells that seed.
Safety: The traditional use of plant and similarities between it and the plants used as a spice plant contribute to popular belief is safe to use 0.9 F. hermonis similar to F. galbaniflua which produce the Hglbanum, resin used to use it Cmciih. He is also very close to F in its qualities. asaefetida roots producing the spice asafetida9.
Sheep and cattle feed on the plant and reported toxicity or unwanted side effects.
Toxicity was observed with a kind of Ferula located, F. communis, resembling soil Hermon. Recommended not to collect the plant from the bar if not sure of his identity.