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  • Blue Flag Root

100% Certified organic Blue Flag Root

 

Iris

 

This blue flower is used for thyroid hypofunction, constipation or diarrhea, nausea, eczema, elevated LDV and VLDL, and fatty food abuse symptoms.  It is also used to remove selected pesticides from soil and had a high aesthetic value to buffer the environment.  Recommended dosage 5-20 drops to 3times/day.

 

Blue Flag, or Wild Iris, grows in damp and marshy areas throughout North America, with the rhizome used medicinally. It contains triterpenoids, salicylic and isopahtalic acids, a very small amount of volatile oil, starch, resin, an oleoresin, and tannins. Blue Flag was used widely by Native Americans as an emetic, cathartic, and diuretic, to treat wounds, and for colds, earache, and cholera. Today it is mostly used to detoxify the body. It promotes urine, bile, and bowel movement. It is particularly helpful in chronic skin conditions such as acne and eczema, especially when gallbladder and constipation issues contribute. It can cause vomiting in excessive doses. Do not use during pregnancy.

 

Andrew Chevallier. DK Publishing. (2016). Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine (3rd ed.). New York, NY. 223.

 

Moore, M.  Herbal Materia Medica.  Southwest School of Botanical Medicine.  1995 p.17

 

Moore, M. Specific Indications for Herbs in General Use.  Southwest School of Botanical Medicine.   1997 p. 28.

Smith KE, Putnam RA, Phaneuf C, Lanza GR, Dhankher OP, Clark JM. “Selection of plants for optimization of vegetative filter strips treating runoff from turfgrass”.  J.EnvironQual. 2008 Aug 8;37(5):1855-61.

 

 

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