European vervain

European vervain (yeˈ·r·pēˑ·n ver·vān′),

n Latin name:
Verbena officinalis; part used: leaves, flowering stems; uses: pain relief, bacteriostatic, antispasmodic, blood clots, antitumor, bodily tissue contraction, childbirth, purification and cleansing, induction of perspiration, diuretic, menstrual irregularities, milk secretion, wound healing, dysentery, headaches, febrifuge, nervous exhaustion, depression, gall bladder dys-function, minor injuries, eczema, neuralgia, gum disease; precautions: may cause allergic contact dermatitis, infertility. Also called
ayauhxochitl, bunj, gogerchin otu, herb of the cross, holywort, ijzerhard, kuma-tuzura, ma pien ts'ao, minecicegi, rejil al hamam, texas vervain, verbena, verbena oficinal, and
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Sinupret contains a proprietary blend of European elder, common sorrel, cowslip, European vervain and gentian.
A product monograph for Sinupret conducted by the American Botanical Council found that the supplement's combination of European elder, sorrel, cowslip, European vervain and gentian promotes healthy drainage in the upper respiratory tract, improves air flow in the nose and supports healthy mucous flow in the nose and sinuses.
Sinupret for Kids employs a proprietary blend of European Elder, Sorrel, Cowslip, European Vervain and Gentian that supports healthy sinus and respiratory function for children age 2 and older, according to the company.

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