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Urinary Health - Shepherd's Purse

Urinary Health - Shepherd's Purse

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Shepherd's Purse has detergent qualities, is anti-diarrheal, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-mucus.

Dr Sebi speaks highly of this herb. Several studies indicate that shepherd's purse reduces mucus inflammation, protects against ulcers, and slows the growth of tumors.

Other uses for Shepherd's Purse include: 

  • bladder infections
  • bleeding disorders (including abnormally heavy periods)
  • diarrhea
  • headache
  • kidney disease
  • low blood pressure
  • menstrual cramps
  • mild heart failure
  • premenstrual syndrome

In addition, shepherd's purse is said to stimulate circulation and increase the flow of urine. When applied directly to the skin, it's used to promote healing from wounds and burns and to treat eczema.

Shepherd's Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) is a herb known for its medicinal properties. Here are some potential health benefits of using organic Shepherd's Purse tea:

  1. Hemostatic Properties: Shepherd's Purse is well known for its ability to stop bleeding, both internally and externally. It is often used to reduce heavy menstrual bleeding and bleeding from minor cuts or wounds.
  2. Urinary Tract Health: It may help in treating urinary tract infections (UTIs) due to its antibacterial properties.
  3. Digestive Aid: Shepherd's Purse can be used to alleviate digestive issues such as diarrhea and indigestion.
  4. Anti-inflammatory Effects: The herb has anti-inflammatory properties that may help reduce inflammation and relieve pain.
  5. Cardiovascular Health: There is some evidence to suggest that Shepherd's Purse can help regulate blood pressure, contributing to heart health.

Please note that Shepherd's Purse has traditional uses and some supportive research. It's important to consult with a healthcare provider before using any herbs, especially if you're on medication. Generally, herbs should be taken 2 hours before medication.  

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