Mistletoe Tincture

Viscum album
$10.59 $9.53

4oz and larger are sold for refilling, they are not intended for daily use. Store product away from direct sunlight with lids tightened to maintain the integrity of the product.

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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 should never be taken in large quantities, and probably not for long periods of time. Mistletoe seems to go right to work and a dose of a few drops a few times a day for only a day or two is all that is needed. Never take Mistletoe night after night for insomnia or day after day for lowering blood pressure. Mistletoe, taken for 3 or 4 days after giving birth, is an amazing tonic herb. It stimulates the return of the uterus to normal size and tone, but dulls the pain of the contractions that it created for this purpose. 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.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.
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Mistletoe Tincture

Latin Name: Viscum album
Part Utilized: leaf
Available In: Tincture, Dry Herb Pack 
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