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Bloodroot is a powerful and potentially poisonous herb, traditionally used by the Native Americans as a purgative, it is modernly used for its ability to destroy skin tissue, such as moles, warts, and other abscesses.
Berberine, coptisine, sanguinarine, benzylisoquinoline alkaloids
Whole root pieces
Blood root should not be used internally. It is potently toxic and has caused death when consumed in large amounts. External use can similarly disfigure skin, and we do not recommend the use of this herb without the assistance of a skilled and licensed healthcare practitioner.
Blood root contains compounds which destroy tissue upon contact. It can be very dangerous to the human body when consumed or applied to the skin. Never the less, some individuals choose to use the root to attempt to get rid of skin tags and other growths, similar to how they would be burned or cut off in a clinical settings. Doing so without the proper guidance of a healthcare professional can cause more harm than good, so we urge much caution with this herb and ask that it be used responsibly to avoid any self harm or harm to others.
Do not take internally, do not apply to skin. This herb should only be used with the assistance of a skilled and licensed healthcare professional.
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