Despite safety concerns, women take beth root for heavy and painful menstrual periods. Beth root is also used for reducing swelling and for breaking up chest congestion.
Some people apply beth root directly to the skin for varicose veins, ulcers, bruises, and bleeding hemorrhoids.
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Uses & Effectiveness
Insufficient Evidence for
Special Precautions and Warnings
There isn’t enough information to know if beth root is safe to apply to the skin. There have been some reports of skin irritation. Pregnancy and breast-feeding: It’s UNSAFE to use beth root during pregnancy. It might start menstruation or cause the uterus to contract. These effects could cause a miscarriage.
Heart conditions: Beth root contains a chemical that might make heart conditions worse. Don’t use beth root if you have heart problems.
We currently have no information for BETH ROOT overview.
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