A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Wild Geranium Remedy

Other Names: Wild Geranium, Cranesbill, American Cranesbill, Geranium Maculatum
Traditional Usages: Stops Bleeding,  Heals Wounds and Swollen Feet, Insect Stings, Diarrhea, Help stop Abnormal Menstrual Bleeding, Mouth Ulcers, Inflammed Gums, Sore Throat
Resources: North America, India
Parts Used: Roots, Rhizomes
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding.

Wild Geranium - Herbal  remedy for Bleeding: The roots of wild geranium is used to stop bleeding and treat diarrhea, hemorrhoids, gum diseases and gastrointestinal problems. Wild geranium is recommended for bleeding in the digestive tract due to ulcers, Crohn’s disease or diarrhea and for excess vaginal bleeding. You can make a tea from dried or fresh geranium leaves. For dried leaves use 2 teaspoons, for fresh leaves use one teaspoon per cup. Pour one cup of boiling water over the leaves and let it sit for 5-minutes. Strain the leaves out and drink the liquid.
Health Warning: Do not use wild geranium if you are constipated. 

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