In today’s video, you will learn more about the benefits and uses of witch hazel. Have you heard about it before?
We recently talked about using witch hazel to treat folliculitis. Have you watched the video?
If you suffer from folliculitis or know someone who does, watch this video to learn how to treat it naturally at home with witch hazel and other medicinal plants.
Witch hazel, or Hamamelis virginiana, is a well-known plant in the Northern hemisphere, where it is native, and it is used to cure many health issues, including in the skin.
With anti-inflammatory, antihemorrhagic, slightly laxative, and astringent actions, witch hazel can be used as a natural medicine to treat many ailments.
But how do you use witch hazel for all these different things?
Its leaves and bark have medicinal properties and can be used in many ways, watch the video to learn more!
Although it is a natural product, you should only consume witch hazel as a tea or capsule following medical advice.
When consumed in excess, witch hazel may present some side effects, such as sedation, excessive salivation, and stomachaches.
Witch hazel is contraindicated for pregnant and nursing women. Follow medical orientation before using it internally.
0:00 Witch Hazel Benefits and Uses
1:09 How to Make Witch Hazel Tea
1:28 Witch Hazel Supplementation
1:50 Witch Hazel Ointment to Treat Hemorrhoids
2:20 Witch Hazel Contraindications and Side Effects
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