The leaf is a powerful diuretic (and a delicious salad green in the spring).
Stimulates the liver and kidneys while absorbing toxins and soothing the digestive tract.
Use with Chickweed for eczema.
Other indications: Skin diseases, scurvy, jaundice, mental fatigue, leg cramps, bowels, bladder, diabetes, asthma, aging, acne, spleen, low blood pressure, all liver problems, psoriasis, low endurance, anemia, high blood pressure, hypoglycemia, rheumatism, stomach, and warts.
The poly saccharide insulin found in this root is respected for its white blood cell and immune-boosting properties. This root is also higher in beta carotene than what is found in carrots. Abundant in calcium, iron, potassium, sodium and vitamins A, C, and E; also contains moderate amounts of phosphorus, manganese, selenium and silicon with some B-complex.