Country of Origin: Canada
Bloodroot or bloodwort or redroot is an ingredient often found in toothpastes because of its antibacterial properties. It fights gingivitis and other gum infections and can help reduce plaque.
Bloodroot is used for the health of the respiratory system as it fights cold, flu, and sinus infection. It acts as an expectorant and helps reduce mucus and inflammation in which bacteria and other pathogenic microorganisms thrive.
Sanguinaria reduces blood pressure in cases of hypertension and contributes to healthy functioning of the heart. This prevents coronary heart disease and reduces the possibility of atherosclerosis.
Bloodroot significantly relieves pains and inflammations in the joints caused by arthritis, increases blood circulation and speeds up the muscle repair process after intense exercise.
The anti-inflammatory properties of bloodroot relieve headache and migraines while its analgesic properties make it an ideal herbal remedy for these chronic problems.
The high concentration of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory components in bloodroot contributes to the treatment of skin diseases such as psoriasis, acne, lichen and eczema.
CAUTION! Bloodroot must be avoided during pregnancy. The use of bloodroot during pregnancy and lactation without the advice of a physician is prohibited. Children MUST NOT be given bloodroot. CAUTION! NEVER use without the advice and dosage of a doctor. Bloodroot use can be harmful. An overdose can cause vomiting and loss of consciousness, even death.
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