Witch hazel, also known as American witch hazel, is a woody shrub that is endemic to the eastern United States and blooms around the same time that the majority of other plants are losing their leaves.
Native Americans and early settlers in the United States frequently used the plant's bark and leaves. To manufacture infusions, salves, and ointments that soothe minor skin irritations, witch hazel leaf powder is employed.
Witch hazel tea or gargle can be used internally to address numerous diseases. Tea can assist with diarrhea and sore throats. The tea can also treat vaginitis. Because it stops bleeding, the plant is used to alleviate heavy menstruation and stop lung, stomach, and uterine hemorrhage. Externally, Witch hazel tones skin and tightens pores. It helps varicose veins, phlebitis, hemorrhoids, bruising, and aching perineums after childbirth. Poultices reduce inflammation and discomfort. It soothes burns, blisters, and stops bleeding. This skill can prevent infection in bleeding gums, cuts, and wounds. Sunburn, windburn, insect bites, poison ivy rashes, and weary muscles are soothed. Diaper rash, bedsores, and wounds can be treated with gel.
NOTICE: DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT IF PREGNANT OR NURSING.
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|Ingredients:||Witch Hazel Leaf|
|Shelf Life:||2 Years.|
|Handling / Storage:||Store in a airtight Food Storage Containers, cool, dry place.|
|Allergen Information:||None Specified.|