Pedunculate oak is a type of oak tree. It is commonly found in Europe. The wood, bark, and leaf are used to make medicine.

Pedunculate oak is taken by mouth for chronic fatigue syndrome, liver damage caused by alcohol, and build-up of fluid in the arms and legs that causes swelling (lymphedema). It is also used to improve athletic performance.

Pedunculate oak is applied to the skin for wounds.

Pedunculate oak is also used to make barrels to store wines and other spirits.

How does it work ?

Pedunculate oak contains chemicals that have antioxidant effects.
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