The majestic European Golden rod (Solidago virgaurea) and the fresh leaves from the elegant Birch are combined with two invasive but useful weeds, Horsetail and Restharrow, to make this tincture, which Alfred Vogel recommends throughout his writings.
Also known as:
• Fluid retention
• Kidney tonic
• Kidney stones
The herb Solidago is a traditional kidney tonic. It is a small, herbaceous plant found in temperate countries, often in the natural flora of grassy mountainous areas.
How it works:
Whilst Solidago has diuretic action, this is not the prime role of the plant. Solidago has been shown to have important anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic and antiseptic action and seems to strengthen kidney function. This makes it useful as an agent to counter inflammation and irritation of the kidneys when infection or stones are present. The diuretic action is also useful in helping to dissolve kidney stones.
Improving kidney function supports the body in removing toxins, making it a useful part of a detoxification programme.
Consult a Doctor if a urinary tract condition persists or if it is accompanied by bleeding, fever, nausea or vomiting.