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Hawthorn Berry Tea

Other Names: Common Hawthorn, May, May Hawthorn, Mayflower, Whitethorn, Bread and Cheese Tree, Hagthorn, Red Haw, Ladies Meat, Quick, Tree of Chastity, Pixie Pears, Cuckoo's Beads, Hazels, Gazels, Chucky Cheese, English Hawthorn, Mayblossom, Hedgethorn, Crataegus Monogyna
Traditional Usages: Dropsy, Diarrhea, Heart Tonic, Angina, Irregular Heartbeat, Normalizing Blood Pressure, Insomnia, Digestion, Sore Throat, Heavy Menstrual Bleeding, Drawing out Splinters, Increases Stamina, Cardiac Tonic, Improves Circulation, Thrombosis, Mild Hypertension, CHF (Congestive Heart Failure), Edema, Gout, Stress, Nervousness, Frostbite
Resources: Britain, Europe, Western Asia, North America, North Africa
Parts Used: Leaves, Berries, Flowers, Bark
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breast Feeding. If taking medications seek advice from your medical doctor before using Hawthorn.


Hawthorn Berry Tea - Herbal remedy for Flushing:  Infuse one teaspoon of the dried herb in a cup of boiling water for seven minutes. Then strain and cool. Drink up to two cups daily.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies
   

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