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  • Oregon Grape Root

100% Certified organic Oregon Grape Root
 
Burberis aquefolium

Oregon grape is chiefly used for gastritis and general digestive weakness, to stimulate gallbladder function, and to reduce congestion problems mainly of the gut. It also treats eczema, psoriasis, acne, boils, and herpes, and skin conditions linked to poor gallbladder function.

 

As an eyewash for follicular or catarrhal conjunctivitis, for acute or chronic cararrhal opthtalmia, or for the onset of styes.

As a mouthwash for bleeding gums.

Tongue with yellowish-brown coat.

Aphthous stomatitis (as a wash and internally).

Chronic of subacute rhinitis.

Acute biliousness from food or drug excess.

Jaundice, general recuperative.

A preventative for alkaline, phosphatic stones.

Atonic colon with anorexia.

Constipation with light feces.

Diarrhea from dietary indiscretions.

Recuperating from diarrhea.

Dyspepsia from fats.

Dyspepsia with nausea, frontal headaches.

Chronic gastritis from alcoholic excess.

Gastroenteritis with hepatic malfunction, slight jaundice.

Heartburn from fats.

Nausea after eating.

Nausea in the morning, after fatty breakfast.

Shigellosis, for lingering autotoxicity.

Steatorrhea with bile deficiency, nausea, sick headache.

Gastric or duodenal ulcers, slow healing.

Acne, face and scalp.

Dry eczema.

Eczema, facilitating any external measures.

Pruritus senilis, in general.

Acute episodic psoriasis.

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS), with oily skin and abdominal heaviness, food cravings, especially for fats and proteins (taken daily for the week before menses).

Blood dyscrasias, with scaly skin eruptions, impaired nutrition.

Allergies, in general.

Allergies, secondary hypersensitivities.

Nutritional malabsorption- poor protein absorption.

Diabetes/ hyperglycemia- functional hypergluconeogenesis.

Hangover, liverish, dark circles under eyes.

Headache in digestive dysfunction, following meals.

 

 

Andrew Chevallier. DK Publishing. (2016). Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine (3rd ed.). New York, NY. 173.

Michael Moore. Southwest School of Botanical Medicine. (1997). Specific Indication for Herbs in General Use [Pamphlet]. Brisbee, AZ: Author. 31-32.

 

 

 

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