Brooklime

Brooklime
Brooklime

brooklime is a plant. people use the juice as medicine.

brooklime is used for lowering urine output; and for treating constipation, liver complaints, intense diarrhea (dysentery), lung contamination, and bleeding gums.

don't confuse brooklime with black root (leptandra virginica) or veronica (veronica officinalis). all 3 flora are from time to time referred to as "speedwell."

other names:
becabunga, beccabunga, cresson de cheval, cresson de chien, mouth-clever, neckweed, salade de chouette, speedwell, veronica beccabunga, véronique beccabunga, véronique des ruisseaux, water pimpernel, water purslane.


inadequate evidence to fee effectiveness for:
reducing urine output.
constipation.
liver proceedings.
severe diarrhea (dysentery).
lung contamination.
bleeding gums.
other situations.

more evidence is wanted to charge the effectiveness of brooklime for these makes use of.

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