Red Root Liquid Extract, Ceanothus Americanus, Herb Pharm 1 ounce
|Other Name||Red Root
Red Indian Paint
|Botanical Name||Ceanothus americanus
||One Fluid Ounce (1 fl. oz.)
dry herb:menstruum ratio - 1:4
||Distilled water, certified organic alcohol, vegetable glycerin and red root extractives. GLUTEN-FREE and non-GMO.
|Cautions||Keep out of reach of children.|
|Other Forms||Cut Form
Herb Pharm Liquid Extract - 4 oz
About Red Root
Red root has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine and has a wide range of beneficial properties. It has therapeutic benefits for several medical conditions. Red root helps relieve spasms and supports expectoration, stimulates lymphatic cleansing, and supports the spleen. Red root is known to have an effect on the lymph system. This effect is to help drain the lymph glands, and increasing its ability to carry waste tissue away from infected areas. Ceanothus americanus has been shown to enhance transport of nutrients from the blood across the capillary cells to the lymph which, in turn, stimulates fluid drainage from congested areas. Additionally, red root may help with swollen lymph nodes and adenoids, sore throat, pharyngitis and tonsillitis, mumps, mononucleosis, chronic torpor of stomach and liver, swollen, congested liver, excellent remedy for enlarged, congested spleen, catarrhal conditions with excessive, thick secretions, and chronic bronchitis.
Shake well before using. Take up to 40 drops in 2 oz. of water or juice, two to four times per day. It is best taken between meals.
Diagnosis and prescription require a trained professional. If your symptoms do not improve, please consult your acupuncturist, doctor of oriental medicine, or physician. The information here is intended for information only. It is not to be used to diagnose, treat, cure, or to be used in place of medical supervision. Consult with your naturopathic doctor or health care professional. The FDA has not evaluated these statements and products, and they are not intended for the prevention, treatment, cure, or mitigation of disease.