Want to learn how to make barberry root tincture at home and use it for kidney problems? Continue reading and find out.
Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) is a thorny bush that grows on the edge of fields and along the edges of forests. Barberry root is one of the ancient medicines of mankind. Up until recently, before this knowledge was almost completely lost, thousands of lives were saved by healers with the help of barberry root. It is mainly used to prepare decoctions to reduce fever caused by flu and for broncho-pulmonary infections. But barberry root also has even more therapeutic properties as you will see. Before we show you how to make barberry root tincture and how to use it at home, here is how to harvest barberry root to use as medicine.
How to Harvest Barberry Root
Dig half a meter – one meter (20-40 inches) away from the stem of the barberry shrub, where you will find some fine roots as thin as the little finger, and stretched in bundles through the ground. Their bark is tender and can be removed quite easily. Only these roots are good to use for natural remedies. Carefully cut them with a knife, then wash them under running water, and finally, chop them as finely as possible. Now the barberry root is ready to use to make the barberry root tincture.
How to Make Barberry Root Tincture
Fill half of a glass jar with a strong brandy (35-40% alcohol), then fill the rest of the jar with the finely chopped pieces of barberry root. Seal with a cork and leave to macerate for 20-30 days in a well-heated place. Strain the tincture and pour it into amber glass bottles. The barberry root tincture can be used over the course of five years and is a real elixir for all kidney conditions.
How to Use Barberry Root Tincture
The adult dosage is one tablespoon of barberry root tincture, 2-3 times a day, for nephropathy, kidney insufficiency, urinary bladder or pelvis inflammation, and kidney stones (regardless of the nature of the stones). Please consult a specialist beforehand! When administered in smaller doses (3-4 teaspoons per day) has a very good liver drainage effect, while certain alkaloids can even inactivate some strains of the type A, B, and C hepatitis viruses, alongside an antiinflammatory diet, healing diet of predominantly raw fruits and vegetables.
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