Barberry Root Tea For Infection

Barberry root tea

The most important use of barberry root tea is to treat infections. Cuts, scrapes, and abrasions; bladder infections, and infections of the eyes, nails, reproductive tract, sinuses, skin, and parasitic infections all respond to barberry. This is a low dose herb that should be taken responsibly.

Cautions: Not for use by pregnant or nursing mothers
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Recipe Instructions: Decoction :Use 2 grams (1 teaspoon) of dried root or 1 to 2 tsp of whole or crushed berries steeped in 150 ml (approximately 2/3 of a cup) of hot water for 10 to 15 minutes. Sip slowly. No more than 2 servings per day. Adults should limit use of barberry to seven consecutive days at a time, waiting at least a week before using barberry again. This gives the natural, helpful bacteria of the intestine a chance to recover.

Tags and Uses for this Remedy

  • Bladder Infection (UTI) :Drinking herbal teas is a time tested method of combating bladder and urinary tract infections.
  • Cuts & Wounds : Knowing how to use simple home remedies for healing and disinfecting cuts and scrapes an important part in taking care of your family and yourself.
  • Infection :Herbal remedies are effective, safer, and cost less to use than synthetic compounds and antibiotics.
  • Men :There are areas of interest natural health that are of special concern to men, However, several herbs, notably
  • North American : Many important North American medicinal herbs are woodland species, the uses and knowledge of which was passed along to the colonists of the New World from the indigenous native tribes
  • Parasites/worms :Parasites and worms in humans can be the cause of intestinal discomfort, bloating gas and chronic constipation.
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