Some people take levant berry to treat abnormal movement of the eyeball and dizziness. Picrotoxin that is taken from levant berry seeds is used for epilepsy, night sweats, and as a stimulant.
Some people apply levant berry powder directly to the skin to treat a skin disease called scabies.
In India, levant berry leaves are inhaled as snuff to relieve malaria. Whole fruits are used for paralyzing fish and killing birds or dogs. Jungle tribes apply picrotoxin taken from the seeds to arrow tips for hunting. Picrotoxin used to be used to paralyze fish in the fishing industry. Extracts are applied to the skin for treating lice.
How does it work ?
Uses & Effectiveness
Insufficient Evidence for
- Abnormal movements of the eyeball.
- Night sweats.
- Use as a stimulant.
- Scabies, when a powder is applied to the skin.
- Lice, when extracts are applied to the skin.
- Malaria, when the leaves are inhaled.
- Other conditions.
Levant berry may also be UNSAFE when put on the skin.
Special Precautions and Warnings
Levant berry may also be UNSAFE when put on the skin. Pregnancy and breast-feeding: It is UNSAFE to take levant berry. It is poisonous and can cause death. Don’t use it.
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