Oregon Grape

Oregon Grape

Latin Name: mohonia aquifolium, mahonia nervosa, berberis aquifolium
Alternative Name: mountain grape, oregon grape, ot-to-gue
Forms Available: root

Oregon Grape – mahonia aquifolium, mahonia nervosa, berberis aquifolium – the state flower of Oregon, USA. The root of this herb is a much used digestive tonic. It has been used by Native American Indians throughout the ages. Internally, as a digestive tonic, it stimulates the gallbladder, relieves gastritis, and cleanses the blood. Externally, because of the antibacterial properties of the oregon grape, it is used to treat psoriasis, boils, eczema, acne, rashes and other skin problems.

Aromatherapy & Health Uses: Stimulates the gallbladder, corrects liver secretions, purifies blood, cleanses liver. A digestive tonic. Also, applied externally, this herb treats psoriasis, acne, eczema, boils and other skin problems.

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