- MFG # SOLI
- UPC # DB1093
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GOLDENROD – Solidago virguaurea L.
Used in upper respiratory catarrh‚ and influenza. It is an anti-inflammatory urinary tract antiseptic‚ helpful in cystitis‚ and urethritis.
Safety Considerations: may cause allergic reactions in people sensitive to plants in the Asteraceae family.
GRAVEL ROOT – Eupatorium purpureum L.
Indications: Used primarily to treat kidney stones or gravel. It may also be of benefit in urinary tract infections‚ such as cystitis or urethritis‚ and can also play a useful role in a systemic treatment of rheumatism and gout. Used in diseases of the bladder due to an excess of uric acid‚ dysuria‚ constant desire to urinate‚ intermittent fever‚ and severe bone pain.
Safety Considerations: Gravel root may cause allergic reaction in people sensitive to plants in the Asteraceae family.
HYDRANGEA – Hydrangea aborescens
Indications: Used for frequent urination with heat‚ burning‚ accompanied with quick sharp‚ acute pains in the urethra; partial suppression of urine with general irritation and aching or pain in the back‚ pain from the passage of renal sand. It is a better sedative to pain and distress in the kidneys and urinary bladder than any other one remedy. For acute nephritis‚ urinary gravel‚ backache due to urinary tract problems and urinary irritation.
JUNIPER – Juniperus communis L.
Indications: Juniper berries make an excellent antiseptic for urinary tract conditions such as cystitis. Juniper’s bitter action aids digestion and eases flatulent colic. The herb is taken for rheumatism and arthritis.
Safety Considerations: With prolonged use or overdose‚ juniper may cause renal damage‚ evidenced by renal pain with an increased urge to urinate‚ pain during urination‚ and hematuria and albuminuria (the presence of blood and protein‚ respectively in the urine). People with kidney disease should not take juniper berries. They should also be avoided during pregnancy.
LOBELIA – Lobelia inflate L.
Indications: Lobelia has a general depressant action on the central and autonomic nervous systems and on neuromuscular activity. It may be used for many conditions in combination with other herbs‚ to further their effectiveness when relaxation is needed. Its primary specific use is for bronchial asthma and bronchitis.
Safety Considerations: Lobelia should not be used during pregnancy or lactation.
5 drops 3 times daily for the first week‚ then 10 drops 3 times daily. It may be necessary to use for 2 – 3 months on chronic conditions. In acute infections or passage of stones‚ it may be necessary to use 5 drops each 1 – 2 hours for 2 days‚ then 6-8 times a day for 4 -6 days‚ then 1 drop 3 times daily thereafter‚ or as directed by a Health Care Practitioner.
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