When the leaves of Buckthorn are applied to a wound, it aids in stopping a bleed and the ointment of the herb helps to relieve itching. When Buckthorn is taken hot, it helps to reduce a fever.
Buckthorn has been known to calm the gastro-intestinal tract and also stimulates bile and can be used for long period of times.
None known at this time.
Bark and berries
Buckthorn aids in appendicitis, bleeding, bowel dysfunction, chronic constipation, fevers, gallbladder problems, gout, hemorrhoids, itching, lead poisoning, liver dysfunction, parasites, rheumatism, skin disorders, external warts and worms.
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