wild yam

NOUN
  1. having a rhizome formerly dried and used to treat rheumatism or liver disorders
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  • Topical wild yam preparations, which contain diosgenin, and progesterone creams were tested.
  • Combination products with dong quai, licorice root, burdock root, wild yam and motherwort have also been shown to decrease hot flashes, insomnia and mood swings.
  • Wild yam (Dioscorea villosa) and cramp bark (Viburum opulus) can help regulate cycles and relieve menstrual cramps. Eliminate Suffering From PMS In 5 Simple Steps
  • Every other type, even those derived from natural sources like soyabeans or wild yam, are put together in the test tube.
  • While one of the components in wild yam, diosgenin, can be converted in the laboratory to steroidal compounds including progesterone, this synthesis does not occur in the human body.
  • Wild yam is known as an anti-inflammatory, a pain reliever and an antispasmodic, which relieves muscle spasms.
  • Ingredients: pure olive essential oil, misaiya purete, wild yam extract, horsetail grass extract etc.
  • There was the wild yam, and a liliaceous plant called Ti, which grows in abundance, and has a soft brown root, in shape and size like a huge log of wood: this served us for dessert, for it is as sweet as treacle, and with a pleasant taste. Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle
  • To escape the fighting, his family fled from their village on the coast to live in the interior where they survived on wild yams, opossums and edible ferns.
  • We have the goats and chickens, there are wild yams and breadfruit, taro and sweet potato. RUSHING TO PARADISE
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