Botanical name: Cissampelos pareira

Origin: Brazil

Therapeutic actions: Diuretic; Anti-inflammatory; Tonic; Hypotensive; Anti-microbial; Anti-fungal.

Drug interactions: No known drug interactions

Description: In South America, it is commonly referred to as the midwives’ herb because of its long history of use for all types of women’s ailments.

Internal uses: It has been used to prevent a threatened miscarriage and to stop uterine hemorrhages after childbirth. Midwives in the Amazon still carry abuta with them for menstrual cramps and pre- and postnatal pain, excessive menstrual bleeding, and uterine hemorrhaging. Abuta is also believed to aid poor digestion, drowsiness after meals, and constipation. It has also been used for irregular heartbeat, cancer, Candida, diarrhea, and irritable bowel syndrome.

Suggested dosage:   2-3 ml 2-3 times daily


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