Teasel Root- What is It?

Dipsacus Japonica or Teasel Root is a stout herb that is adorned with white flowers. These white flowers appear in abundance on the plant, and are very well known in Chinese Medicine. Teasel Root has been used for hundreds of centuries. Liver disorders, urinary system infections, disorders in the skeleton and pain within the joints can be eliminated by taking teasel root.

The ligaments in the body can become weakened over time. Tendons and bones can also be affected by age or disease. Blood flow can be increased by taking teasle root in a powder or tablet form. Lower back pain, and joint and knee stiffness can be alleviated by taking teasel root supplements. This can also be taken as an extracts, whole, or even loose leaf.

Sometimes a woman can suffer from extreme bleeding during her menses. Teasel root can be taken to alleviate some of the heavy bleeding. It can be taken during or after the menstrual flows. It can also be taken during pregnancy on the advice of your health practitioner, to alleviate bleeding during pregnancy. In some pregnancies, the fetus can be overactive, in which the mother is not getting any rest. Teasel root works to slow down the fetus’ movement just a little, so the expectant mother can rest.

Ailments such as liver disorders, Lyme disease, circulation disorders, broken bones, and kidney disorders can be alleviated with Teasel Root. The extract can be made into a tea that helps to promote wellness and healing internally.

Teasel Root can be mixed with other ingredients to act as a poultice to alleviate sprains and strains.

*Disclaimer*- This is just an informational post about the product. It may contain affiliate links. The product has not been recognized by the FDA for its medicinal benefits and should be used at your own risk. Like any other homeopathic medicine, it should only be taken on the advice of your medical practitioner.

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