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Herbal Remedies for External Bleeding

Powdered yarrow leaf, cayenne or St. John's wort oil can be applied directly to a wound as often as needed. If the bleeding continues or is severe, consult a qualified practitioner.

Herbal Remedies for Minor Cuts

Minor cuts can be treated with fresh plantain juice and pulp, anti-microbial herbs, and styptic herbs to stop bleeding.

Herbal Remedies for Hemorrhage

For minor external hemorrhages, apply an herbal styptic to the site of bleeding. Internal hemmorhages can be treated...

Herbal Remedies for Hemorrhoids

Commonly recommended herbs include anti-inflammatories, venous tonics, and astringent herbs. A high-fiber diet, in c...

Herbal Remedies for Metrorrhagia

Herbal treatment includes uterine astringent herbs, hormonal balancing herbs, blood-moving herbs, or local immune sti...

Cranesbill Herbal Remedies

Cranesbill is an astringent, styptic herb given for diarrhea and external bleeding. It is sometime mixed with other ...

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