Milky Wild Oat Seed
Veterinarian Reviewed on January 10, 2012 by Paulina Nelega, RH
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Milky Wild Oat Seed
The biological name of fresh Milky Wild Oat Seed is Avena sativa. It is becoming a very popular alternative to solve problems of fatigue, stress, depression or even lack of sexual desire. Fresh Milky Wild Oat Seed soothes the brain and nervous system and at the same time increasing sexual performance in men and women. It is described as a ‘Natural Viagra’.
The fresh Milky Wild Oat seed is rounded on the back. The ligules are blunt and membranous. The matured oat seed does not dis-articulate when mature. The seed is enclosed by the lemma. The size of the seed varies but it is commonly about 30,000 seed per kilogram. The grass grows up to 1.5 meters high. The leaves are green and non-articulate.
History and Origin
The oldest fresh Milky Wild Oat Seed was found in Egypt in about 2000BC. The oldest cultivated oat was found in Switzerland during the Bronze Age. Around 3,000 years ago the Greeks and Romans considered Milky wild oat seed to be a diseased version of wheat. The history of oats is clouded, as there are many species and subspecies. They were brought to North America in 1603 and planted on the Elizabeth Islands off the coast of Massachusetts.
Fresh Milky Wild Oat seed has been used as a mild sedative for many centuries. It has been deemed to help calm down anxiety and to bring down stress levels. It is also believed to help fight stress of all kinds and to strengthen a person’s entire nervous system.
There are many modern uses for Milky Wild Oat Seed today, such as an aid in reducing many stomach problems and is good for improving heart health. Milky Wild Oat Seed is an excellent provider of dietary fiber and works well to ensure safe levels of cholesterol thereby reducing heart diseases. It also helps to keep blood fat under control. Milky Wild Oat Seed contains beta-glucan which is a soluble fiber that helps to lower cholesterol levels.
However, Milky Wild Oat Seed is also a dietary fiber and helps to regulate bowel movements. It provides relief from disorders like constipation, diarrhea and those of the gastrointestinal tract. Fresh Milky Wild Oat Seed is said to have diuretic effects and helps ease the discomfort of kidney problems and if the uric acid level drops way below the normal range. Milky Wild Oat Seed also treats the outbreak of eczema. It is also rather rich in minerals, and high in Manganese, Zinc and Iron, as compared to any other type of grain. It is useful as a nerve restorative and is also a great health tonic. In women the intake of fresh Milky Wild Oat Seed is known to increase sexual desire rather than physical performance. The aphrodisiac effect it produces in women relaxes the body. In men the fresh Milky Wild Oat Seed treats problems such as premature ejaculation and impotency. It is very safe as compared to other dangerous prescription drugs.
The Fresh Milky Wild oat seed is very high in fiber and may interfere with the absorption of certain medicines that are administered. It is advisable to consume the medication an hour prior to consumption of oats. They may also cause increased frequency of defecation and flatulence. There is however no toxicity danger in consuming the fresh Milky Wild Oat Seed.
Paulina Nelega, RH, has been in private practice as a Clinical Herbalist for over 15 years. She has developed and taught courses in herbal medicine, and her articles on health have appeared in numerous publications. She is very passionate about the healing power of nature. Ask Dr. Jan