Transplanting Blood Root , You can Harvest it Year Round

Transplanting Blood Root , You can Harvest it Year Round

Bloodroot is a plant. People use the underground stem (rhizome) to make medicine.

Bloodroot is used to cause vomiting, empty the bowels, and reduce tooth pain. It is also used to treat croup, hoarseness (laryngitis), sore throat (pharyngitis), poor circulation in the surface blood vessels, nasal polyps, achy joints and muscles (rheumatism), warts, and fever.

Some people apply bloodroot directly to the skin around wounds to remove dead tissue and promote healing. During the mid-1800s, bloodroot extracts were applied to the skin as part of the Fell Technique for treatment of breast tumors.

In dentistry, bloodroot is used on the teeth to reduce the build-up of plaque. Plaque is a film of saliva, mucus, bacteria, and food particles that can promote gum disease.

Bloodroot is used in herbal medicine in very small doses, mainly for bronchial problems and severe throat infections. The root is used in many pharmaceuticals, mixed with other compounds to treat heart problems, dental applications (to inhibit plaque), and to treat migraines. Bloodroot paste is used externally for skin diseases, warts, and tumors. For ringworm apply the fluid extract. Bloodroot is said to repel insects. The root is used in as an anesthetic, cathartic, emetic, emmenagogue, expectorant, diuretic, febrifuge, sedative, stimulant and tonic.

Other Names: Coon root, Indian paint, Red Puccoon, Red root, Tetterwort

Research is very promising for Bloodroot constituents. One is sanguinarine; it is showing results as an anesthetic, antibacterial, anti-cholinesterase, anti-edemic, anti-gingivitic, anti-inflammatory, anti-neoplastic, antioxidant, anti-periodontic, anti-plaque, antiseptic, diuretic, emetic, expectorant, fungicide, gastrocontractant, hypertensive, pesticide, respiratory stimulant and more. Another important constituent is Berberine (also found in Goldenseal, Oregon Grape and Honeysuckle) which is showing promise in fighting brain tumors and many other cancers. #duhh

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12 thoughts on “Transplanting Blood Root , You can Harvest it Year Round”

  1. Great Puppy! We grew this when I was a kid and my Granny used to use it in herbal remedies – she doctored on all of us!! Good vid! Raggy

  2. How so magnificent views Montez!
    How so very meaningful clip!
    Thank you so very much my dear friend for sharing your so magical upload with us!

  3. Great video thanks for sharing cute doggie cool 😎 never heard of blood root can't wait till I get my own property to start gardening 🍎🍐🍊💚👍

  4. That is really interesting Montez, great video and thanks for sharing this information. 😃📹 Liked and shared. 👍🤗 Blessings to you and the family I hope you are all doing well.

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