As a decoction for oral mucosa: Pour 1 glass of cold water over 2 flat tbsp (about 5g) of Oak Bark, bring it to boil and cook covered for 5 minutes. Leave aside for 15 minutes, then strain. Such prepared decoction can be used for rinsing oral cavity and throat a couple of times a day.
As a decoction for external use: Pour 1 litre of cold water over 2 flat tbsp (about 5g) of Oak Bark, bring it to boil, cook covered for 5 minutes, leave aside for 15 minutes, then strain. Such prepared decoction can be used for washing your skin and preparing compresses a couple of times a day, it can be also used for washing vulva and anus, bathing wounds and small skin pimples.
As a decoction for drinking: Pour over 1 glass of water over 1 tsp of Oak Bark. Heat it for 10 minutes, leave covered for 10 minutes and strain. Drink in small sips when suffering from diarrhoea and food poisoning.
Preparing a bath: Pour 2 litres of boiling water over 4 headed tbsp (about 15g) of Oak Bark. Simmer it for about half an hour. Leave to cool down for 10 minutes. Strain and pour into the bath filled up to 1/3 with water at 38 degrees Celsius. The bath should take about 15 minutes.
This product description is for informational purposes only.
It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.