How to use yellow dock in money spells and incenses or help a woman conceive?

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Applications and Properties:

Applications:

Yellow Dock Rumex Crispus Rumex occidentalis Curled DockConstipation relief.
Natural cleansing.
Protect tooth.
Antioxidant activities.
Chronic skin complaints.
Throat Benefit and irritable tickling cough.

Properties:

Yellow dock Plus Acne and skin disorder Elixir.
Yellow dock Plus Acne Complex Elixir.
Yellow dock Combined Plus Blood Purifier and Alterative.

The Docks are members of the buckwheat family, native to Europe, except the blunt-leaved, which is indigenous. However, they have all been introduced into the United States. There are four varieties of Dock which may be used in medicine: the Rumex of aquaticus (Great water dock), Rumex britannica (Water dock), Rumex abtusifolius (Blunt-leaved dock), and the Rumex crispus (Yellow dock). They all possess similar medicinal qualities, but the Yellow dock is the only one entitled to extensive consideration. The yellowish spindle-shaped has scarcely any odor, but has astringent, bitter taste.

As an astringent, Yellow Dock has been used internally to treat bleeding of the lungs, dysentery and hemorrhoids. The tannin content is responsible for the astringent effect of Yellow Dock, making it effective in relieving various skin conditions when used externally. When applied topically in ointments and poultices, it relieves itchy skin, scabies, ringworm and eczema. The herb has been added to tooth preparations to improve spongy gums and to gargles to relieve laryngitis.

Dosage:Dried root: 2-4g or by decoction .Take three times in a day. Liquid Extract: 1:1 in 25% alcohol, 2-4ml .Take three times in a day.Tincture: 1:5 in 45% alcohol, 1-2ml . Take three times in a day.

Safety and Toxicity:

Yellow Dock Rumex Crispus Rumex occidentalis Curled DockAside from mild diarrhea or loose stools in some persons, yellow dock is quite safe.

Caution: Large doses should be avoided due to the oxalate content.Yellow dock may cause mild diarrhea in some people.Call your health practitioner if you experience abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, or vomiting.Yellow dock should not be used by pregnant or nursing women,people taking drugs that decrease blood calcium.
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  • Name:Yellow Dock Extract
  • Serie No:P010.
  • Specifications:Rumex crispus Extract 10:1 TLC,Rumex occidentalis Extract 10:1 TLC.
  • INCI Name:RUMEX CRISPUS EXTRACT
  • EINECS/ELINCS No.:290-264-5
  • CAS:90106-41-5
  • Chem/IUPAC Name:Rumex Crispus Extract is an extract of the roots of the curled dock, Rumex crispus, Polygonaceae
  • Other Names:Rumex crispus,Rumex,Rumex occidentalis,Curled Dock,Curly Dock,Narrow-leaffed Dock,Narrow dock,Sour dock,Garden patience,Bitter dock,Narrow dock,Rumex venosus,Rumex obtusifolius,Rumex sangineus,Yang Ti Cao,Suan Mo.

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Yellow Dock Extract INCI Name Rumex Crispus Extract CAS 90106-41-5 EINECS ELINCS No 290-264-5 Rumex occidentalis Yellow Dock Alcohol Free Extract Yellow Dock-Extract Curled Dock

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