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A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Oregon Grape, Chamomile, Marshmallow and Slippery Elm Remedy

Other Names: Oregon Grape, Wild Oregon Grape, Rocky Mountain Grape, Trailing Mahonia, Sourberry, Barberry, Berberry, Holley-Leaved Berberry, Ash Barberry,  Berberis, Oregon berberina, Oregon Grape Root, Creeping Mahonia, Berberis Aquifolium
Traditional Usages: Food, Dyes, Liver Malfunctions, Loss of Appetite, General Debility, Detoxifier, Tonic, Fevers, Rectal Hemorrhage, Dysentery, Lung and Spleen Infections, Gallbladder Disease, Jaundice, Indigestion, Diarrhea, Tuberculosis, Piles, Urinary Tract Disorders, Gout, Rheumatism, Arthritis, Lumbago, Malaria, Hepatitis, Amebic Dysentery, Cholera, Gastrointestinal Infections, Psoriasis, Eczema, Bolis, Acne, Herpes, Syphilis
Resources: US, Canada, Egypt, China
Parts Used: Root, Stem Bark, Root Bark, Berries
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding. Take for no more than 4 - 6 weeks without a break for 10 days.
Prohibited Distribution: Slippery Elm Bark can only be sold in premises which are registered pharmacies and by or under the supervision of a pharmacist


Oregon Grape, Chamomile, Marshmallow and Slippery Elm - Herbal remedy for Gallstones:  Oregon enhances blood flow to the liver and increases bile production. It can be combined with dandelion and milk thistle in a tea. This blend is even more effective when mixed with herbs such as chamomile, marshmallow and slippery elm which have relaxing and soothing properties. This mixture will also help decrease gallbladder inflammation.

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