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A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Bayberry Bark, Burdock Root, Goldenseal, Hawthorn Leaf, Flower, Myrrh Gum

Other Names: Bayberry Bark, Bayberry Wax Tree, Candleberry, Waxberry, American Barberry, Southern Barberry, Tallow Shrub, Wax Myrtle, Myrica Corifera
Traditional Usages: Sore Throat and Gums, Tonic, Mucous Colitis, Diarrhea, Congestive Catarrhal Conditions, Prolapse of the Womb, Tuberculosis, Colds, Fevers, Promote Sweating, Bleeding from Stomach, Lungs and Bowels, Leg Ulcers, Diphtheria, Intestinal Worms, Excessive Vaginal Discharge, Skin Sores, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Tinnitus
Resources: Britain, US, Canada, Europe, Asia, China, Taiwan
Parts Used: Bark, Wax from Berries
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding, Consult your doctor before taking Bayberry


Bayberry Bark, Burdock Root, Goldenseal, Hawthorn Leaf and Flower and Myrrh Gum - Herbal remedy for Tinnitus: Bayberry Bark, Burdock Root, Goldenseal, Hawthorn Leaf and Flower and Myrrh Gum purify the blood and fight infection. They can be taken as herbal teas by infusing one teaspoon of dried herbs in a cup of boiling water for 10 minutes.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies
   

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