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Yellow Dock Root Remedies

Other Names: Yellow Dock, Curled Dock, Curly-Leaf Dock, Sad Dock, Rumex Crispus
Traditional Usages: Salads, Food, Iron-deficiency Anemia, Chronic Skin disorders, Disorders of the Spleen, Lymphatic Glands, Boils, Shingles, Pruritis, Rheumatism, Ulceration of the Mouth (Mouthwash), Stomach Ache and Fever, Hepatitis, Poor Digestion, Liver Ailments, Wounds and Sores, To Purify the Blood, Antidote to Nettle Stings, Syphilis, Leprosy, Ringworm, Haemorrhoids, STD's
Resources: Europe, Africa, North America,
Parts Used: Root, Seed, Leaves
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

Yellow Dock Root - Herbal  remedy for Anemia: Take one teaspoonful of tincture of yellow dock root in a glass of water three times a day.

Yellow Dock Root - Herbal  remedy for Vaginal Discharge: Take a yellow dock root supplement every day.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies


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