organically grown in Poland
Bloodwort, Herba Militaris, Knight's Milfoil, Schafgarbe, Soldier's Herb, Woundwort, Millefolium, Gandana, I-Chi-Kao Milfoil, Millefoil, Noble Yarrow, Nosebleed, Old Man's Pepper, Soldier's Woundwort, Stanchgrass, Thousand-Leaf, Thousand-Seal.
Cautions please be aware that herbs, although natural can interact with certain medications, and that they may be ill advised to use under certain health conditions. Please consult a qualified health practitioner for cautions pertinent to you.
No therapeutic claim is made or intended for this product. Information is for educational purposes only.
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Priest & Priest tell us that it is a "mild, slow & stimulating diaphoretic: indicated for the first stage of acute febrile reactions. For atonic & relaxed tissues where there is free discharge or passive haemorrhage of bright red blood. Cold preparations stimulate the appetite and tone the digestive organs." They give the following specific indications: Acute stage of colds, influenza and respiratory catarrhs. Chronic diarrhoea anddysentery. Epistaxis, intestinal haemorrhage and bleeding haemorrhoids.Uterine haemorrhage, profuse protracted menstruation and leucorrhoea.
Ellingwood considered it specific for "hot, dry burning skin, at the beginning of acute asthenic fevers, with suppressed secretion; deficientrenal action, with renal or urethral irritation; acute or chronic Bright'sdisease in its incipient stage. Leucorrhoea with relaxed vaginal walls. Menorrhagia and amenorrhoea; haemorrhoids with bloody discharge, atonic gastric and intestinal dyspepsia; passive haemorrhages." In addition he recommends it for the following patholgies: haematuria, uterine haemorrhage,intestinal irritation, leucorrhoea, fevers, ureamia, oedema, tonsillitis,epididymitis.
Combinations : For fevers it will combine well with Elder Flower, Peppermint, and Ginger. For raised blood pressure it may be used with Hawthorn & Linden Flowers.