Liquid extract of dried flowers.
Actions: Astringent and hemostatic; vascular
tonic. Diaphoretic and anti-fever. Antiseptic vulnerary. Aromatic digestive
Uses: Excellent for inducing sweat and lowering fevers
(taken in hot water); colds and flu. Passive bleeding and excessive
menstrual flow. Astringent to atonic relaxed tissues with free discharges
and tendency to ulceration; diarrhea; atonic uterus and leukorrhea.
Varicose veins and hemorrhoids. Stimulates appetite and improves digestion.
Dose: Take 30 to 40 drops, 2 to 5 times per day. To
enhance appetite and digestion, take 15 minutes before meals.
Cautions: Larger doses may cause nausea.
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