Substances & Homeopatic Remedies

Eryngium aquaticum

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Constituents: Ascorbic acid, calcium oxalate, fibre, iron, phosphorous, proteins, water,thiamin.

Toxicology: - It is diuretic, expectorant and large doses causes emesis. The calcium oxalate causes irritation of mucous membranes. It causes erectile disfunction.

Button snake root is a herb with a reputation, but has slipped out of use because somehow or other it is not commercially available. A sort of a connoisseur herb. It is very effective in its use, so its decrease in popularity is definitely not due to ineffectiveness. Its main use is in urinary complaints especially where there is burning , painful urination. Although all conditions such as gravel, stricture etc. would be indications also, it is famous for its use in burning urination. ( Blueboy herbs )