Traditional Use: It is used in old American remedy for dyspepsia, febrile diseases and convalescence from fevers. It is used to strengthen stomach and also promotes digestion. It is used to aid joint pains and rheumatic pains.
Common Use: Rose pink tea and a home extract, usually prepared with vodka, is given in cases of high blood pressure, liver and gall-bladder malfunctions.
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Please note: quantity in ounces. (Example: qty 1 = 1 ounce)
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