As a detoxifying agent Stillingia is the best, however it can also be used to treat boils and eczema. It can also be used on the skin to calm irritated skin. It’s used to relieve itch from hemorrhoids and to treat constipation. It can be used for throat infections, bronchitis, and laryngitis.
Queen’s delight, Queen’s root, yaw root.
Detoxification and upper respiratory
Tincture, decoction, powdered root, solid extract, or fluid extract.
Topical Uses / Applications:
Not used in cooking.
Diterpene esters, volatile oil, resin, alkaloids, fixed oil, and tannins
Do not use Stillingia if you are nursing. The fresh root may be irritating to the mucosa and therefore, could cause nausea or vomiting.
Historically used by Native Americans to treat skin conditions and STDs. In ancient Greece, women took stillingia just after childbirth to prevent infection. It was also used to detox the body. Should not be used without supervision due to its laxative effect.
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