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Oats are cultivated for the nutritional value of the grain and have been used for building nerves.
In addition, Feather Jones, Rocky Mountain Center for Botanical Studies (Boulder, CO) director has suggested that several other nerve-nourishing herbs may potentially help in spinal cord dysfunction (personal communication). For example, she has indicated that a fresh plant extract of skullcap (a member of the mint family) reduces nerve inflammation; a tincture of milky oats (i.e., immature oat seeds) can rebuild the neuronal myelin sheath that is often damaged in both MS and SCI; an external liniment of Cow Parsnip, (a common weed that is a member of the parsley family) is a traditional Southwestern Hispanic remedy for treating injured nerves and stimulating regeneration; external application of St. John’s Wort can treat neural inflammation; and hawthorn helps to hold collagen fibers in place along the spinal cord.
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