One of those herbs which seems to helps with everything.
It’s a great digestive aid, and stimulates digestion if you are low in digestive enzymes.
Keep some on the kitchen counter and add a good pinch to almost every dish, including juices and smoothies.
It is taken internally (a teaspoon in warm water) for gastric ulcer, shock, internal bleeding and heart attack, but best to ask your herbalist for advice.
You can however accustom yourself to small amounts daily in a glass of warm water. Think of it as a longterm insurance against blocked arteries. Also take it as a supplement. (Vitamins A C B and E also calcium phosphorus and iron)