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White Oak Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
General Name
White Oak
English Name
White Oak
Botanical Name
Quercus Alba

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White Oak Cures

 

Action of White Oak

Highly Effective

Nutrients in White Oak

Taste of
White Oak

Parts Used

Bark

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for White Oak

Avoid use during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding.
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Description

White Oak is a tree.
It is perennial.
It grows in a cold climate.
It grows up to 40 M.
Best used for Fever.


 

Grown In

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Materia Medica for White Oak

White Oak General

White Oak has Antibacterial and Antiparasitic properties. It reduces the risk of bacterial and viral infections. It aids the ability of the body to fight against infections. This reduces the risk of infectious diseases such as Sexually Transmitted Diseases and other disorders.
It is used externally to get rid of Skin Disorders and Insects bites. It is also helpful in snake bite too. Its Antiseptic factors are beneficial to treat Skin Rashes, Bruises and Vaginal Discharge.
It is used as an ointment to treat Eczema, Burns and Cuts.
White Oak is a good herbal treatment for Dental and Oral care. The gargles are beneficial for Bleeding Gums and Mouth Ulcers.
The Antiinflammatory factor reduces the Inflammation associated with Cough and Bronchitis. The viral infections may cause damage to the Lungs. It fights for infections and protects the Lungs from damage. The extract is used to reduce the phlegm and treats Cold. It is effective for Asthma and Throat Infections.
It is helpful to prevent the development of initial symptoms of Chilblains.
It acts as a strong Astringent. Its bark is rich in a chemical compound that is Tannins. This helps to stop the internal and external bleeding.
It contracts the body tissues and restore their elasticity.
White Oak is good herbal for treatment for Diarrhea and Hemorrhoids. This is used to treat Nose bleeding and vomiting. It regulates the menstrual cycle. It eases the flow of blood in difficult Menses.
It is helpful in Varicose veins also.
It reduces the itching associated with Genital Problems.
White Oak is Diuretic. This helps to regulate the Kidney and Bladder functions. It reduces the risk of Bladder infections and flushes out the Kidney stones. It prompts the urination and clears the passages.
Methods of Administration. How to take
Tincture. The best and the most potent method of consuming White Oak is to Tincture it.
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Decoction: Make a tea.
Put l/2 teaspoonful of the powdered bark in a cup of water. Boil it. Simmer for 10 minutes. Drink three times a day.
Chew:
The bark may be chewed as such.
Single Herb

White Oak Bark for Cold Sores

Use White Oak Bark paste on the Cold Sores. It helps in contracting the tissues and as a result Swelling is reduced.

White Oak for Ganglion

Apply White Oak Bark paste, made of White Oak Bark powder and lukewarm water over the affected area. Leave it for 30 minutes.
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Queries on White Oak
Sharon Callaham ( USA /SOUTH CAROLINA )
26 Jul 2016
Has anyone tried white oak bark to deal with the skin problems of Lichens Schlerous
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Rubin Shah
12 Aug 2016
Sharon
I have used Aloe vera for Lichen Planus. Drink 30 ml of Aloe vera juice every morning on an empty stomach.
Not hear of Whiite Oak for it.
Also, turmeric is of great help. Make turmeric paste. Turmeric and water should be mixed well to make a thick paste. Apply it all over on the affected area. Do this thrice a day. Persistent use is must.
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