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Teasel Root tincture 1 oz

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Ethically wild-crafted and harvested. Made with grain alcohol.

Teasel has an affinity for the joint and muscles in the body and shown to be helpful in supporting damaged and inflamed joints and connective tissue. It supports the Kidney and Liver energies and aids in supporting circulation.

Matthew Wood, who is a practicing clinical herbalist uses teasel in his practice and has great success using it with people dealing with Lyme disease. (He recommends for Lyme people to use a low dose approach, taking only drops at a time. I recommend that if using this as part of your Lyme protocol that you should work closely with a clinical herbalist or ND.)

Stephan Buhner who is also a well known herbalist and author, has written and study Lyme disease. He has a number of books available including Healing Lyme Herbal: Herbal Protocol.

***This information is for educational purposes. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.***


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Teasel Root tincture 1 oz

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  • Size: 1 oz
  • Materials: grain alcohol, organic, teasel root
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