Master herbalist Dr. Patrick Jones discusses 3 herbs that stop bleeding and how to use them. (Plus, the herb soldiers carried in WWI!)
3 Herbs That Stop Bleeding
You can know tons of herbal remedies for major wounds, but if you can’t stop the bleeding first, nothing else really matters.
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In this video, master herbalist Dr. Patrick Jones discusses 3 herbs that stop bleeding–shepherd’s purse, cayenne, and yarrow. Plus, find out which one soldiers carried with them as recently as World War I!
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This is an updated version of an article that was originally published on October 1, 2018.
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