The “Buddleia Officinalis” is one of the species of the butterfly bush family. Its flowers help with cramps and spasms from problems with intestines, bladder or stomach. It is also prescribed in Korean medicine for someone suffering from irritable bowel syndrome. In Chinese medicine, the flowers are believed to aid in diseases of the eyes. Besides the flower buds, the leaves of the Buddleia Officinalis aid in the treatment of Gonorrhea, Hepatitis and Hernia. It is believed to work like Vitamin P that helps in reducing the fragility of skin and small intestine’s blood vessel. Some of the best sources of vitamin P include black currants, licorice, citrus fruits, beans, garlic, and dark chocolate. The bush is usually available at your garden center in early spring.