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  • Diaphoretic  + (Induces perspiration)
  • Hypnotic  + (Induces sleep)
  • Emetic  + (Induces vomiting)
  • Blood tonic  + (Is this any different to a blood purifier?)
  • Weaving  + (Items such as grass and palm leaves that are woven together for making mats, baskets etc. See also Basket making and Fibre.)
  • Antibacterial  + (Kills bacteria)
  • Insecticide  + (Kills insects.)
  • Deodorant  + (Masks smells.)
  • Vasoconstrictor  + (Narrows the blood vessels, thereby increasing blood pressure)
  • Anaesthetic  + (Numbs the feeling in a local or general area of the body)
  • Dried  + (Part of the plant is good for drying for storage or processing.)
  • Salad  + (Parts of this plant can be used as a salad ingredient.)
  • Salt  + (Plant contains large amounts of natural salt or is otherwise a good salt substitute.)
  • Oil  + (Plant derived oils can be edible and used in cooking, or as lubricants, lighting, soap and paint making, waterproofing and a whole host of other uses.)
  • Kindling  + (Plant material that burns easily and can be used for starting fires.)
  • Blotting paper  + (Plant that can be used to make blotting paper.)
  • Basketry  + (Plant used in making baskets and other items such as chairs. Includes plants that are only used as an ornamental addition.)
  • Herbicide  + (Plants or plant extracts that can inhibit the growth of other plants.)
  • Repellent  + (Plants that are said to deter but not necessarily kill various mammals, birds, insects etc.)
  • Foot care  + (Plants that are used in various ways to treat foot problems)
  • Chocolate  + (Plants that can be used as a chocolate substitute.)
  • Varnish  + (Plants that can be used as a varnish without any special treatment. Does not include varnishes made from oils etc.)
  • Ink  + (Plants that can be used as an ink.)
  • Bottles  + (Plants that can be used as bottles.)
  • Buttons  + (Plants that can be used as buttons. Not including making buttons from wood.)
 (Plants that can be used as substitutes for cotton wool)
  • Cotton wool  + (Plants that can be used as substitutes for cotton wool.)
  • String  + (Plants that can be used as they are as a temporary string or can be easily made into a string. See also Fibre.)
  • Lighting  + (Plants that can be used as torches etc. See also Oil and Wax.)
  • Fencing  + (Plants that can be used for fencing.)
  • Tea  + (Plants that can be used for tea.)
  • Weather protection  + (Plants that can be used to give the body protection from severe weather.)
  • Liquid feed  + (Plants that can be used to make a liquid fertilizer.)
  • Rust treatment  + (Plants that can be used to prevent or treat rust.)
  • Fire retardant  + (Plants that do not easily burn and can be used in barrier plantings to limit the spread of forest fires.)
  • Soap making  + (Plants used as an ingredient in making soaps. Does not include the essential oils, dyes and oils that are also used in making soap.)
  • Hair care  + (Plants used as hair shampoos, tonics, to treat balding etc.)
  • Paint  + (Plants used directly as a paint. Does not include oil plants and dyes that can be used as ingredients in paints.)
  • Soap  + (Plants used directly as a soap substitute.)
  • Compost  + (Plants used for activating compost heaps, providing biomass for composting, using as instant compost etc.)
  • Skin  + (Plants used in miscellaneous treatments for the skin)
  • Bach  + (Plants used in the Bach flower remedies)
  • TB  + (Plants used in the treatment of tuberculosis)
  • Dental care  + (Plants used to clean and care for the teeth.)
  • Pollution  + (Plants used to combat pollution.)
  • Polish  + (Plants used to give a shine to metals, wood etc.)
  • Sandpaper  + (Plants used to smooth rough wooden surfaces by means of abrasion.)
  • Aromatherapy  + (Plants whose essential oils are used in Aromatherapy)
  • Containers  + (Plants, such as gourds, that can be used as containers. Does not include baskets or containers made from wood.)
  • Strewing  + (Plants, usually aromatic, that are strewn on the floor to give a nice smell, repel insects etc.)
  • Antiseptic  + (Preventing sepsis, decay or putrefaction, it destroys or arrests the growth of micro-organisms)