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|MHS232||Hydrangea root Hydrangea arborescens|
Common Hydrangea, Seven Barks, Wild Hydrangea
The stems of hydrangea grow from 3 to 10" high, and are covered with thin layers of different coloured bark. The opposite, ovate, serrate leaves have hairy veins on the underside when mature. Rounded or globular clusters of small, creamy-white flowers appear during June and July.
The root has long been used as a mild diuretic. It also has a reputation for helping to prevent and remove gravel, bladder stones, and kidney stones.
Infusion: Steep 1 tsp root in 1 cup water. Take 1 cup a day
Hydrangea root powder
Most powders are special order. Please allow extra time for delivery
|TIN180||Hydrangea root tincture Hydrangea arborescens|
|1:3 25%||Western Tinctures|