nettle seed. I've found these two together to be quite an impressive combination for all things kidney, but specifically in issues with chronic kidney inflammation.
I hope you enjoy this little monograph.
In health and wellness,
General and Historical Info:
Couch Grass, Quack Grass, Cooch Grass, Twitch, Dog Grass, Quick Grass, Durfa Grass, Scotch Quelch, Triticum, Quecke (German), Chiendent (French), Grama (Spanish), Caprinella (Italian).
Parts Used: Rhizome (Dried), seeds
Anti-bacterial, Anti-microbial, Diuretic, Demulcent, Tonic Diuretic, Aperient, Catarrhal (General), Anti-Inflammatory, Laxative, Urinary Antiseptic, Nutritive Emollient, Anti-Cholesterol, Remedy for dryness and atrophy, Antibiotic, Uricosuric
What are its Uses?
Head, Ears, Eyes, Nose, and Throat:
Integumentary System (Skin):
Endocrine System (Hormones):
The below information is meant as educational and informative only, do not self dose, please see an appropriate practitioner to discuss current issues and any medications you may be taking.
Max Daily Dose: 3 to 6ml of 1:1 LE (1:1 @ 25%)
Max Weekly Dose: 1:1 @ 25% 20 to 40ml
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Petra Sovcov is not a Medical Doctor (MD) nor a Naturopath (ND), she is a Clinical Herbal Therapist (CHT) and holds a Doctorate in Natural Medicine (DNM). The suggestions or recommendations made on this site are not meant to be a substitute for advice from your MD, or as a substitute for any prescriptions you may be taking. Suggestions followed will be the responsibility of the reader, and are stated with the intention of interest and education only. If you have a health issue, please see your primary care physician (MD) first and foremost.