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Gravel Root Liquid Herb Extract

Gravel Root

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Gravel Root: May be helpful with Kidney stones, gallstones. The origin of the name “gravel root” is appropriately attributed to its popularity as an herb believed to break down kidney stones (gravel). The most potent part of the herb are its leaves, roots, and rhizomes (root-like stems) and contain high concentrations of oleoresin euparin, tannins, flavonoids, and sesquiterpene. Gravel root was traditionally considered an important tool for softening, dissolving, and promoting the passage of kidney stones. Gallstones form when an excess substances accumulate in the bile, resulting in hard, crystalline stones. Gravel root has been cited by some cultures as being able to dissolve existing gallstones and discouraging new stones from forming. Gravel root was sometimes used against edema due to natural diuretic properties. Natural diuretics may help flush excess water. Gravel root has also been used in the alleviation of painful bouts of urination (dysuria), possibly due to its soothing, astringent properties on the mucus membranes of the urinary tract. Gravel root was used by primitive tribes to alleviate uncomfortable joint conditions such as gout and arthritis.

$24.00$348.00 excl. GST

Product Code: grr2. Dimensions: N/A

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Gravel Root: May be helpful with Kidney stones, gallstones. The origin of the name “gravel root” is appropriately attributed to its popularity as an herb believed to break down kidney stones (gravel). The most potent part of the herb are its leaves, roots, and rhizomes (root-like stems) and contain high concentrations of oleoresin euparin, tannins, flavonoids, and sesquiterpene. Gravel root was traditionally considered an important tool for softening, dissolving, and promoting the passage of kidney stones. Gallstones form when an excess substances accumulate in the bile, resulting in hard, crystalline stones. Gravel root has been cited by some cultures as being able to dissolve existing gallstones and discouraging new stones from forming. Gravel root was sometimes used against edema due to natural diuretic properties. Natural diuretics may help flush excess water. Gravel root has also been used in the alleviation of painful bouts of urination (dysuria), possibly due to its soothing, astringent properties on the mucus membranes of the urinary tract. Gravel root was used by primitive tribes to alleviate uncomfortable joint conditions such as gout and arthritis.

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