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Fuller's Teasel Herb (Dipsacus fullonum L.)

£ 7.99

Fuller’s Teasel is native to Eurasia and North Africa and is also known as wild teasel. It has prickly leaves and stem, and pinkish or purplish flower. Fuller’s Teasel was originally grown to be used in the wool industry. The Fuller’s Teasel Herb is said to reduce inflammation and enhances the body's circulation.

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Benefits of Fuller's Teasel Herb

Fuller's Teasel Herb is claimed to be antibiotic and the root is diaphoretic, diuretic and stomachic. A remedy made from the whole flowering plant is used in the treatment of skin diseases. An infusion is said to strengthen the stomach, create appetite, remove obstructions of the liver and treat jaundice. It is said to cure a disease called “tick bite fever” which occurs in Sub-Saharan Africa. An ointment made from the roots is used to treat warts and ringworm.

In the past, Fuller’s Teasel was used as an eyewash and a beauty wash for the skin. In Chinese medicine, Fuller’s Teasel root was used for lower back pain, bone problems (knee issues, weak legs, joints injuries and pain) and to tone the kidneys and liver. Teasel flower essence has been found to bring relief to chronic fatigue and lupus as well as fibromyalgia and Lyme. The root tincture strengthens the liver, tendons and bones.

Suggested Use:

As a tea: take 30g Fuller's Teasel Herb and add to 500 ml of warm (not boiling) water. Steep in for 15 minutes. After this time strain the tea. Dosage is up to 1 cup a day.

This product description is for informational purposes only.

It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.

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Weight 50g

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