Working with Fleabane
Fleabane has hemostatic principles and is of value in light internal hemorrhages and mennorhagia and metrorrhagia. It is also used to stop nosebleeds.
The essential oil is sometimes used, 2 drops dissolved in a tablespoon of vodka and blended into a cup of water with one-half teaspoon of honey. In the late 1800s and early 1900s doctors used fleabane for kidney and bladder diseases and hemorrhages. The herb tea is sometimes used for colds and other respiratory infections because of its anti-inflammatory, fever-lowering, and antibacterial effects.
Fleabane has a taste of AROMATIC, BITTER, ASTRINGENT and a temperature of COOL.
Conditions treated with Fleabane
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