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Bloodroot

Bloodroot  Sanguinaria canadensis   Common Names: Redroot, red puccoon, red Indian-paint, snakebite, sweet-slumber, tetterwort, turmeric.  Also TORMENTIL or SEPTFOIL

Consider for:

  • dyspepsia
  • asthma
  • bronchitis
  • croup
  • pulmonary consumption
  • nervous irritation
  • lowering high pulse
  • heart disease, weakness>
  • palpitation of heart
  • ringworm apply the fluid extract
  • torpid liver
  • scrofula
  • dysentery
  • fungoid growths
  • ulcers
  • fleshy excrescences
  • cancerous affections
  • warts
  • toning relaxed bowels
  • abnormal discharges.
  • relaxed and atonic mucous membranes.
  • relieves gripping pains of the stomach or intestines
  • open obstructions of the lungs, spleen, etc.
  • diarrhea,
  • relaxed bowels
  • sore, relaxed or ulcerated throat
  • sores
  • ulcers
  • leucorrhea
  • cuts
  • wounds
  • jaundice
  • piles
  • ague
  • smallpox
  • whooping cough
  • cholera
  • prolapsus uteri
  • prolapsus ani
  • excessive menstrual flow
  • atonic intestines
  • hemorrhoids (protruding or internal)
  • gleet
  • gonorrhea
  • prostatic enlargement
  • hernia
  • tonsillitis
  • laryngitis
  • relaxed and elongated uvula
  • internal hemorrhages
  • nosebleed
  • inflamed eyes
  • purulent ophthalmic
  • varicose veins
  • bleeding cancerous tumors
  • toothache
  • infectious gangrene.
  • Therapeutic action: Astringent, tonic, hemostatic, styptic, antiseptic, antiputrefactive, nervine (sedative), discutive, resolvent, solvent of calcareous deposits, escharotic.


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Bloodroot  Sanguinaria canadensis  -  

Good for dyspepsia, asthma, bronchitis and croup. Of value in pulmonary consumption, nervous irritation and helpful in lowering high pulse, and in heart disease and weakness and palpitation of heart. For ringworm apply the fluid extract. Also good for torpid liver, scrofula, dysentery. It is applied to fungoid growths, ulcers fleshy excrescences, cancerous affections. Bloodroot is believed to be an escharotic, which means it can produce scabs. Today Bloodroot salves and pastes are recommended for warts. A study was done that stated Sanguinarine derived from the root of Bloodroot has been found to exhibit anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and now anticancer properties.

Taken from the writings of Dr. Christopher:

Therapeutic action:
Astringent, tonic, hemostatic, styptic, antiseptic, antiputrefactive, nervine (sedative), discutive, resolvent, solvent of calcareous deposits.

 
Bloodroot is a very powerful astringent and is useful in toning relaxed bowels and in checking abnormal discharges. It heals relaxed and atonic mucous membranes. It relieves any gripping pains of the stomach or intestines, and it will open obstructions of the lungs, spleen, etc.
Medicinal uses:
Diarrhea, relaxed bowels, sore or relaxed or ulcerated throat, sores, ulcers, leucorrhea, cuts, wounds, jaundice, piles, ague, smallpox, whooping cough, cholera, dysentery, prolapsus uteri, prolapsus ani, excessive menstrual flow, atonic intestines, hemorrhoids (protruding or internal), gleet, gonorrhea, prostatic enlargement, hernia, tonsillitis, laryngitis, relaxed and elongated uvula, internal hemorrhages, nosebleed, inflamed eyes, purulent ophthalmic, varicose veins, bleeding cancerous tumors, wounds, toothache, warts, infectious gangrene.

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