Like many plants and herbs, the hydrangea is more than just a beautiful flowering plant.
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Like many plants and herbs, the hydrangea is more than just a beautiful flowering plant. Hydrangea root is a small greyish root derived from the hydrangea plant, containing numerous phytochemicals and nutrients such as calcium, selenium, zinc and magnesium. It's a diuretic, promotes urinary tract health, is indicated for autoimmune disorders and is an antioxidant. Topically used to treat and relieve wounds, burns, sore muscles and sprains
|Botanical Name||Hydrangea arborescens|
|Country of Origin||USA|
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