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Tamarisk

Tamarix gallica, or French Tamarisk, is a deciduous, herbaceous, twiggy shrub or small tree indigenous to Saudi Arabia and the Sinai Peninsula and very common around the Mediterranean region.

The leaves are astringent, diuretic, expectorant, laxative and tonic. They are used in bleeding disorders like menorrhagia, bleeding in the rectum and epistaxis. It contains an alkaloid, Tamarixin, that has been linked to its effectiveness in conditions associated with hepatic insufficiency. There are indications that Tamarisk is also helpful in increasing platelet counts.

Tamarisk, sometimes referred to as Saltcedar, has been traditionally used as a tonic and diuretic. The branchlets and the leaves are astringent and diuretic. An external compress is applied to wounds to stop the bleeding. The manna produced on the plant is detergent, expectorant and laxative. Galls produced on the plant as a result of insect damage are astringent. They are used in the treatment of diarrhoea and dysentery. Its principal constituents are tamarixin along with traces of its aglocone, tamarixetin. It is used in bleeding disorders like menorrhagia, bleeding in the rectum and epistaxis. It is used in disorders associated with hepatic insufficiency.
Supplements with this ingredient:
LiverCare (On Cycle Support)

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