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Stone Root Supplement

Other Names: Stone Root, Citronella, Horse Balm, Richweed, Collinsonia Canadensis
Traditional Usages: Kidney Stones, Piles, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Constipation, Sore Throat, Rectal Prolapse
Resources: North America, US
Parts Used: Whole Plant, Fresh Roots
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding


Stone Root – Supplement for Anal Bleeding, Rectal Bleeding: Stone root, which is also known as Collinsonia is effective in treating bleeding hemorrhoids. Stone root capsules are available at health food stores. Take two capsules of 375 milligrams once a day.
Health Warning: Talk to your doctor before taking stone root.  

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