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Liquid extract of fresh, non-woody root.
Actions: Stimulating, antiseptic alterative
which especially influences the glandular and lymphatic systems. Enhances
anabolic and catabolic metabolism. Stimulant to liver and bowels. A
specific remedy in atonic conditions associated with weak vitality,
feeble capillary circulation, fetid excretions, and sepsis with tendency
towards breakdown, ulceration, and necrosis of tissue. Especially indicated
in conditions showing fullness of tissue with dusky leaden hue, fetor
to sloughing or ulceration.
Uses: Chronic, deep-seated infections. Toxemia and
septicemia (“blood poisoning”) with associated fetid breath;
fetid discharges of wounds, ulcerations or tumors, and of ears, nose,
vagina, bowels, etc.; eruptive fevers, and asthenic fevers with depressed
vitality (especially typhoid); adverse reactions to inoculations; enlarged,
congested lymph nodes; mononucleosis; boils; mouth sores and spongy
gums; septic sore throat, tonsillitis, pharyngitis and quinsy; inflammation
of nasal membranes with ulceration and discharge; intestinal toxemia
or dysentery with putrid stools; gastric or duodenal ulcers, ulcerative
colitis and ulcerations of Peyer's patches; fetid leukorrhea, and ulcerated
or eroded cervix or os; inflamed breasts; indolent surface ulcers with
bluish edges; gangrene.
Dose: Take 30 to 40 drops, 3 to 4 times per day for
no longer than 6 weeks. Topically apply full-strength extract if well
tolerated, or dilute with 1 or 2 parts water. As a gargle, mix drops
in a little water and gargle several times per day.
Cautions: Consult a qualified midwife or physician
before taking during pregnancy. Lower dosage or discontinue use if nausea
or diarrhea occurs.
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