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The Holly (llex Aquifolium) is a small, conical evergreen tree provides year round interest and is particularly attractive in autumn and winter. Its leaves are diaphoretic, expectorant, febrifuge and tonic. It is also used in the treatment of intermittent fevers, rheumatism, catarrh, pleurisy etc. The juice of the fresh leaves has been successfully used in the treatment of jaundice. The berries are violently emetic and purgative. They have been used in the treatment of dropsy and as a powder they have been used as an astringent to check bleeding. The root has been used as a diuretic, though there are more effective diuretics available.
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