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2 Herbal Formulas for Bleeding (Ulcers, Hemorrhoids and Tumours)

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Infusion of Plantain

Ingredients
1 oz. Plantain leaves (cut)
1 1⁄4 pints distilled water

Instruction
1. Boil the water, pour over Herbs.
2. Cover and let steep in a hot place for 20 minutes.
3. Strain, and add 2 ounces of glycerine. Cool and bottle.

Dose: 1 wineglassful 3 or 4 times a day. Children less, according to age.

Use: Locally, for malignant ulcers, especially of the bleeding type, apply on well-saturated cotton or thick lint, and cover, changing as often as necessary.

This formula is refrigerant, diuretic, deobstruent, antiseptic, astringent, vulnerary.

Infusion of Pilewort

Ingredients
1 oz. Pilewort Herb (Lesser Celandine) (cut)
1 1⁄4 pints distilled water

Instruction
1. Boil the water and pour over Herb.
2. Cover and let steep in a hot place for 20 minutes.
3. Strain and add 1 ounce of glycerine. Cool and bottle.

Dose: 1 wineglassful 3 or 4 times a day. Not suitable for children.

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Use: Outwardly, for hemorrhoids and tumorous growths: Saturate cotton and apply, renewing application as it dries.

For internal hemorrhoids: Use in enema after stool, retaining as long as possible. Repeat as often as the case requires. A mild, non-irritating laxative should be given at night. The diet should consist of easily digested and non-constipating foods, such as vegetables and fruits.

Effective as an outward application to hard growths, wens, etc.

Reference(s)

Advanced Course in Herbology Dr. Edward Shook

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