Wild Indigo

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Related to Wild Indigo: Baptisia australis, Baptisia tinctoria
An annual herb, the root of which contains alkaloids, glycosides, and tannins. It is anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and used topically for minor cuts and pain
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(Vent)(white wild indigo) which also grows in the prairie, inflated pods of B.
If you have an ailment, a group of historically used herbs to suit your needs might consist of: yarrow, oxknee, sweet flag, calamus, snow on the mountain, hyssop, lady's mantel, garden chive, marsh mallow, lemon verbena, chamomile, American arnica, mugwort, French tarragon, pleurisy root, New England aster, false indigo, wild indigo, calendula, German chamomile, costmary, black cohosh, coneflower, rattlesnake master, hemp agrimony, Joe pye weed, Queen of the Meadow, bronze fennel, sweet woodruff, lady bedstraw, bigfoot geranium, ginkgo tree, Russian licorice, Japanese blood grass, chameleon plant, St.
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We use herbs such as Wild Indigo, Echinacea and Marigold to support the immune system and to help the body fight back.
This old-fashioned preparation contains marigold, raspberry leaf and wild indigo. You need to use it three times a day to get maximum benefit.