bayberry bark

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bayberry bark

Herbal medicine
A plant substance with astringent and antibacterial properties, which has been used as a folk remedy for jaundice, colitis and irritable bower syndrome. It has been used to reduce mucus production, increase circulation and as a digestive disinfectant for diarrhoea, gastritis and food poisoning.
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