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A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Barberry, Coptis, Goldenseal, Oregon Graperoot

Other Names: Barberry, European Barberry, Berber, Woodsour, Woodsower, Holy Thorn, Jaunders Tree, Jaundice Barberry,Chitra, Chotra, Darhald, Berberis Vulgaris
Traditional Usages: Jams, Jellies, Dyeing, Jaundice, Biliousness, Gastritis, Gallstones, Itching Anus, Ulcerated mouth, Malaria, Sandfly Fever, Shingles, Bladder Disorders, Renal Colic, Kidney Stones, Gall Bladder Ailments, Painful Periods, Yellow Jaundice, Boils, Ringworm, Burns, Catarrh, Diarrhea
Resources: North America, Europe, Africa, Western Asia
Parts Used: Fruit, Bark, Root
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnany


Barberry, Coptis, Goldenseal and Oregon Graperoot - Herbal remedy for Gonorrhea: They can all kill bacteria. It is not necessary to take all of them at the same time. You can alternate them.  They are all available in tincture form. Put 10 drops of tincture in half a glass of water. Drink three times a day. Available online from www.weleda.co.uk
Health Warning: Do not use these herbs if you are pregnant or have any gallbladder disorders. Avoid goldenseal if you have glaucoma or any sort of heart conditions. If in doubt, seek medical advice.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies
   

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