Working with Beth Root
Beth root is used for vaginal infections, cramping, menorrhagia, and diarrhea. It is said to facilitate childbirth and regulate the menses. The astringent properties of beth root have made it useful for bleeding from the stomach or lungs and for excessive menstruation. Externally it is useful for wounds, sores, and varicose veins and as a douche for leucorrhea.
Beth Root has a taste of PUNGENT, BITTER and a temperature of WARM.
Conditions treated with Beth Root
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