Burns and pain relief
The crushed flowers help in healing of the skin after burns. They may be applied to the affected area (add a few drops of water and crush it in your pestle and mortar or a blender) and leave it on for a couple of hours. It acts as a pain reliever.
Used internally, it calms stomach burns, and is usually recommended to individuals who suffer from hyperacid gastritis and distensions. It is helpful in easing digestion. Flower powder is also used in cases of gastritis, duodenal and gastric ulcer.
As a good emollient and expectorant, Black Locust is excellent in treatments of cough, sore throat, bronchitis and asthma.
Stress and insomnia
Black Locust has a sedating and calming effect, and could be very useful in cases of headaches and stress. Infusion added to baths can help young children who suffer from insomnia.