Bistort Root

Pink Plumes Polygonum bistorta Denali Highway, AK Photo by Allen Chartier File Name : DSCN9499.JPG File Size : 991.3KB (1015081 Bytes) Date Taken : 2004/06/11 14:09:56 Image Size : 2048 x 1360 pixels Resolution : 300 x 300 dpi Bit Depth : 8 bits/channel Protection Attribute : Off Hide Attribute : Off Camera ID : N/A Camera : E995 Quality Mode : FINE Metering Mode : Center-Weighted Exposure Mode : Aperture Priority Speed Light : No Focal Length : 17 mm Shutter Speed : 1/65.4 second Aperture : F7.3 Exposure Compensation : 0 EV White Balance : Auto Lens : Built-in Flash Sync Mode : N/A Exposure Difference : N/A Flexible Program : N/A Sensitivity : ISO200 Sharpening : Auto Image Type : Color Color Mode : N/A Hue Adjustment : N/A Saturation Control : Normal Tone Compensation : Auto Latitude(GPS) : N/A Longitude(GPS) : N/A Altitude(GPS) : N/A



Botanical name: Polygonum bistorta

Origin: Bulgaria

Therapeutic actions: Astringent; Alterative; Anthelmintic; Anti-venomous; Demulcent; Diuretic; Febrifuge; Laxative; Styptic; Tonic.

Nutrients: Amino acids, vitamins A and C.

Drug interactions: No known drug interactions.

Description: The root is a powerful astringent.

Internal uses: It has relieved diarrhea, dysentery, leucorrhea, catarrh, cystitis, IBS (irritable

bowel syndrome), internal bleeding, parasites, peptic ulcers, ulcerative colitis and excessive menstruation.

External uses: It has been used as a gargle for sore mouth or bleeding gums. When applied directly to a wound, it will stop the bleeding.

Suggested dosage: Tincture: 1-3 ml 3 times daily.


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