Rumex crispus has been employed in traditional herbal practices for its wellness-supporting qualities. Yellow dock root can be made into a syrup, decocted as tea, extracted, and infused in oil for topical application. It is beneficial for constipation, chronic skin conditions such as psoriasis, fibroids, heavy menstrual bleeding with low iron. Yellow dock is considered to be one of the best herbs for the entire digestive system. The taproot is rich in anthraquinone, which has a laxative action. It contains biochelated iron, which can be readily absorbed. It is helpful for anemia, fatigue, and for PMS or other hormonal imbalances.
Dandelion, Burdock and Cleavers for a detox.
Shepherd’s Purse — for low iron with heavy menstrual bleeding.
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