Also known as Carpenter’s Plant, Rose Noble, Scrofula Plant, Square Stalk, Stinging Christopher, and Throatwort
$3.50 per Ounce
History: Figwort is closely related to Mullein and Rhemania, and like its relations, has been used throughout history to stimulate the body to heal itself. It was first used by the Native Americans and then later by the Eclectic physicians. Native American healers used it as a heal all for problems with the skin.
Uses: Skin Problems
Active Ingredients: Saponins, cardioactive glycosides, flavonoids, resin, sugar, organic acids
Actions: alterative, diuretic, purgative, heart stimulant
Complementary Herbs: Yellow Dock, Burdock Root