woman's ally has been traditionally used for mastitis and breast lumps
Poke is a visually attractive 8 to 10 foot (250-300 cm) perennial with dark green leaves, purple stems, and bright red to bluish-black berries. This common understory tree is native to the temperate regions of the United States east of the Mississippi. Poke was a common herbal remedy long before Europeans settled North America.
Poke root is safe for herbal use. Poke leaf is not. Consumption of poke leaves can cause gastroenteritis with intense vomiting and frothy diarrhea. Our full-strength Poke Root Herbal Oil infuses powerful fresh poke root with organic olive oil. Poke is a strongly acting plant which may be used on tumors, lumps, growths, swellings, mastitis, infections, and swollen lymph glands.
Plants were the first medicine used by human beings and remain effective tools in caring for one's own health but FDA regulations don't allow any specific claims about how herbs may help you.
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