Chaparral Leaf

Herb:  CHAPARRAL LEAF

Botanical name:  Larrea mexicana/tridentata

Origin:  Mexico

Therapeutic actions:  Anti-Microbial; Antioxidant; Alterative; Anti-Venomous; Astringent; Anti-Arthritic; Anti-Rheumatic; Anti-Scrofulus; Anti-Inflammatory; Expectorant; Ordontalgic; Diuretic (Lithotriptic); Tonic; Depurative; Emetic (Large Doses)

Nutrients:  Amino Acids, Calcium, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Phosphorus, Iron, Selenium, Sulfur, Zinc, Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3 and C

Drug interactions:  No known drug interactions.

Description:  It is a great blood purifier. It tones the system and peristaltic muscles in the lower bowel and rebuilds the tissue.

Internal uses:  It has been especially known for its actions with arthritis and cancer. It cleanses the liver and the kidneys. It is valuable to the urethral react and the lymphatics.  It has been useful in treating diseases such as eczema, gall stones, gonorrhea, fevers, leg cramps, scarlet fever, high blood pressure, psoriasis, arthritis, cancer (especially skin and lymphatic cancers), infections, cold sores, indigestion, heartburn and parasites.

External uses:  It has been used as a wash for wounds and sores, especially boils and acne. The Native American Indians used the young twigs to treat toothache and a poultice of the leaves was used to treat chest complaints and as a wash for skin problems. It is also good for intestinal cramps and rheumatoid arthritis.

Suggested dosage:  Capsules should be avoided, has caused liver or kidney problems. Tincture 0.5—1 ml 3 times daily.

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