Astringent, hemostatic, sedative, tonic.
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Astringent, hemostatic, sedative, tonic. Witch hazel leaves and bark are mostly used to make astringent preparations, which have been taken internally for diarrhea and used externally as a rinse or gargle for mouth and throat infections.
|Botanical Name||Hamamelis virginiana|
|Country of Origin||France|
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