yellow dock


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yellow dock,

n Latin name:
Rumex crispus; part used: roots; uses: astringent, laxative, skin irritation, blood cleanser, sore throat, antipyretic; precautions: abortifacient, pregnancy, lactation, children; patients with kidney disease, liver disease, dehydration; may cause severe electrolyte imbalance. Also called
chin ch'iao mai, curled dock, curly dock, garden patience, hualtata, hummaidh, kivircik labada, narrow dock, niu she t'ou, oseille marron, sour dock, or
surale di bierdji.
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For IBS where constipation is the dominant problem, there are two herbs that have mild laxative effects and also help tone the large intestine through their astringent action: Yellow Dock and Turkey Rhubarb.
Yellow Dock - effective for most hepatic malfunctions.
Some useful herbs are Burdock root (Arctium spp), Yellow dock root (Rumex crispus or obtusifolius), Nettle leaf (Urtica dioica), and Dandelion root (Toraxacurn officinale).
Burdock root, Dandelion root, Nettle leaf and Yellow dock root (for the liver and hormonal issues).
The tenderness rarely lasts long and can usually be remedied by chewing up some plantain or yellow dock and applying the macerated plant material to the affected site.