Plant: Geranium maculatum
1 ounce Geranium root (cut or powdered)
1 pint boiling Water
1. Put the 1 ounce Geranium root into a jug or earthenware jar.
2. Pour on the boiling water.
3. Stir well and let it stand until cool.
4. Strain and bottle.
Adults – From one wineglassful to a teacupful when required. Children – From one teaspoonful to a tablespoonful, according to age. It may be sweetened with honey or black molasses, if desired.
This is an excellent remedy for insipient diarrhea, relaxed mucous membranes, bleeding piles, leucorrhoea, sore mouth, relaxed uvula, and slight internal hemorrhage. It may also be applied outwardly as a lotion for sagging and relaxed skin.
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