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Mistletoe has been in use for generations for nervous tension, headaches, insomnia, increasing systolic blood pressure when needed, and controlling uterine spasms and bleeding. Mistletoe also has a strengthening effect on the veins and vascular system. Mistletoe is used to stop excessive menstrual bleeding, bleeding after childbirth, or bleeding associated with ovarian cysts. Mistletoe is used to strengthen veins, arteries, and capillary walls. This herb should be considered for repair of damage after a stroke, or when a blood clot has been diagnosed. I find Valerian’s mild sedative, pain-relieving, and nervine properties an added advantage at these times.
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