Mandrake Root American C/S (Mayapple)

$35.99 CAD
  • Botanical Name: Podophyllum peltatum

    Podophyllum is a plant. The root and underground stem (rhizome) are used to make medicine.

    Podophyllum may be poisonous if taken internally. Nevertheless, some people take it orally for yellowed skin (jaundice), liver ailments, fever, syphilis, hearing loss, and cancer. Podophyllum is also used to empty the bowels, kill parasitic worms in the intestine, and counteract snakebite.

    Podophyllum has been used as a laxative. It was an ingredient in Carter's Little Liver Pills.

    Podophyllum is applied directly to the skin for removal of warts, including plantar warts and sexually transmitted (venereal) warts. It is also used topically for treating pre-cancerous white patches on the tongue and mouth (oral hairy leukoplakia).

    Intravaginally, podophyllum is used to treat gynecologic infections.

  • Botanical Name: Podophyllum peltatum

    • Topical treatment for venereal warts

    • Oral hairy leukoplakia

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