Anti-haemorrhagics are a group of powerful astringents clinical experience and traditional uses have shown to be effective in arresting mild to moderate internal bleeding. Here we have listed a few of those herbs along with the uses.
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Digestive tract: Marigold, Bur-Marigold, Matico, Shepherd’s Purse, Holy Thistle, American Cranesbill.
Anal/Rectal: Pilewort, Plantain, Matico, Rhatany root, Witch Hazel.
Uterus: Shepherd’s Purse, Ladies Mantle, Greater Periwinkle, Beth root, Avens.
Urinary system: Bistort, Plantain, Marigold, Stone root, Horsetail, Bur-Marigold.
Lungs: Bugleweed, Elecampane, Lungwort.
Colon: Greater Burnet, Matico, Bistort, Wild Yam, Holy Thistle, Avens, Tormentil.
Capillary haemorrhage: Buckwheat.
Excessive bleeding: Himalayan blackberry.
Bleeding from lungs/Stomach/Bowel: Bayberry bark.
Excessive bleeding from the womb: Bethroot.
Internal bleeding: Bistort.
Bleeding from Colon/Rectum: Blackberry.
Bleeding from mucous surfaces: Life Root.
Bleeding of stomach/Bowels/Lung and womb: Nettles.
Heavy bleeding between periods: Agnus Castus.
Bleeding from Lungs/Bowel/Bladder: Matico.
Bleeding from the Lungs/Womb/Bowels: Logwood.
Spongy bleeding gums/Bleeding piles: Krameria Root.
Bleeding from bowel/Lungs/Nose/Throat/Stomach. Bleeding piles/Excessive menstruation: Knotgrass
Bleeding piles/Uterine bleeding: Horse Chestnut.
Bleeding from Nose/Mouth/Throat: Herb Robert.
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Bartram’s Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine by Thomas Bartram
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