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Common Name: Wild Hoarhound | Scientific Name: Eupatorium Teucrefolium

Family Name: Compositae


Notes from the Eclectic Physicians

Notes from the Eclectic Physicians

1874: J.M. Scudder
Preparation – Prepare a tincture from the recent plant, using dilute alcohol. The dose will vary from one drop to one drachm.

In small doses it stimulates all the function controlled by the sympathetic nervous system; improving digestion, blood making, and stimulates waste and excretion. It may be combined with a simple bitter tonic, or preparation of iron, or the hypophosphites, for its restorativge influence, or with the vegetable alteratives for its other use.

In large doses it is a powerful diaphoretic.

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