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|Function:||Motherwort is used for heart conditions, including heart failure, irregular heartbeat, fast heartbeat, and heart symptoms due to anxiety.|
|Application:||It is used for the absence of menstrual periods, intestinal gas (flatulence), and over-active thyroid (hyperthyroidism).|
|Storage Temp:||room temp|
What is Motherwort extract ?
Motherwort is a plant. The parts that grow above the ground are used to make medicine.
Motherwort is used for heart conditions, including heart failure, irregular heartbeat, and heart symptoms due to anxiety. It is also used for the absence of menstrual periods, painful menstrual periods, menopause symptoms, intestinal gas (flatulence), cancer, sleep problems, asthma, and over-active thyroid (hyperthyroidism).
Some people apply motherwort directly to the skin for wounds, itching and shingles.
Motherwort extract uses?
Motherwort is used for heart conditions, including heart failure, irregular heartbeat, fast heartbeat, and heart symptoms due to anxiety. It is also used for the absence of menstrual periods, intestinal gas (flatulence), and over-active thyroid (hyperthyroidism).
Motherwort extract benefits
Early research shows that taking motherwort along with valerian, hops, and lemon balm might improve sleep in men going through alcohol withdrawal.
Early research suggests that taking a motherwort tincture by mouth for 10 days can decrease anxiety.
High blood pressure. Early research suggests that taking a motherwort extract by mouth for 28 days can decrease blood pressure in people whose blood pressure is too high.
Menopausal symptoms. Early research suggests that taking a combination of motherwort, burdock, dong quai, licorice root, and wild yam by mouth for 12 weeks may reduce menopausal symptoms, such as hot flashes, sleep problems, mood changes, and vaginal dryness.
Post-partum bleeding. Early research suggests that injecting motherwort into the uterus along with oxytocin during a Cesarean section (C-section), then injecting motherwort into the muscle after the C-section, reduces blood loss compared with using oxytocin alone. However, when motherwort is injected into the uterus and muscles without oxytocin, it appears to increase bleeding after a C-section when compared to oxytocin alone.
Heart conditions (fast heart rate, abnormal rhythm).
Intestinal gas (flatulence).
Lack of menstrual periods.
Over-active thyroid (hyperthyroidism).
Painful menstrual periods.
the European Medicines Agency (EMA) recommends consuming less than 3 grams of powdered extract per day to avoid potential side effects
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