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Holly is most often used in complementary medicine in the
form of a Bach (correctly pronounced “batch”) Flower Remedy.
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plant has a fascinating history and a valuable role in medicine
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Ivy is used in herbal medicine. It is a bitter aromatic herb which has an emetic effect and a nauseating taste. Over the millennia, it has been used as a handy folk remedy - particularly in the treatment of rheumatism and also as an external application to skin eruptions, swollen and painful joints, burns and suppurating cuts.