Wednesday, January 10, 2018

The benefits of goldenseal tea

Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis L.) was a favorite of the Cherokee Indians, and was called “the Cherokee cure for cancer.” Roots of the goldenseal can be used to prepare a tea which makes for a strong heart. Use its leaves when only a mild tea is needed.

Goldenseal tea is antibiotic and astringent water that is beneficial for eye inflammations. It has been used for pink eye, conjunctivitis and all eye infections.

The tea is helpful in healing skin ailments, irritated gums, and canker sores. Tea from goldenseal roots is most helpful as a blood purifier. Infectious maladies will not persist long in its presence.

Goldenseal tea also can be used for a vaginal douche to treat those hard-to-reach tissues to a bath of relief, to combat dischargers and yeasts infection. Dissolve one tablespoon of goldenseal powder in 1 quart of warm water. Let cool. Douche once very third day for up to 2 weeks.
The benefits of goldenseal tea

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