Squaw Vine Purchase & Information
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Why Do People Use Squaw Vine?
Squaw vine powder is the basic oral preparation of squaw vine (Mitchella repens). Following is why people use squaw vine:
• Use of squaw vine powder is believed to help menstrual irregularities such as amenorrhea and painful menstruation.
• It is also suitable for the treatment of anxiety disorders and postpartum depression.
• Mitchella repens is also very commonly used for the treatment of diarrhea, colitis and chronic dysentery.
• Body edema and varicose veins are also thought to be relieved with the use of squaw vine.
• Female breast diseases like fibrocystic disease of the breast are also thought to be benefited with the use of squaw vine.
• Use of squaw vine powder can be helpful in conditions like oliguria and kidney failure.
• Its use can also be used to ease childbirth and for improving lactation. Contrarily, it is also sometimes used as an abortifacient.
• Sleeplessness (insomnia) is also believed to be relieved by the use of Mitchella repens.
• Congestive heart disease is also treated with its use.
• It also finds its use in the treatment of liver disease.
• Discharge from membranes and leukorrheal discharges are also treated with the use of squaw vine.
The topical preparations of Mitchella repens are used for the treatment of sore nipples.
Is It Safe To Use?
Possibly Safe - The oral use of squaw vine powder is possibly safe when used for appropriate duration. However, the topical use of Mitchella repens is still controversial and there is lack of consensus regarding the safety of topical application of squaw vine.
Pregnancy - The use of squaw vine should be avoided during pregnancy. According some reports, its use may induce abortion. Therefore, its use can threaten current pregnancy.
Lactation - Nursing females should avoid the use of squaw vine powder. There is lack of authentic information to rate the safety of this product in lactating females.
How Effective Is Squaw Vine?
There is lack of published studies that could advocate for the effectiveness of Mitchella repens for the above mentioned causes.
How Squaw Vine Works?
The above ground parts make the applicable portions of squaw vine. Squaw vine is reported to contain a mixture of variable chemical compounds including tannins, dextrin, resin, glycosides, wax, alkaloids, mucilages and saponins.
What Are The Side Effects /Adverse Reactions of Squaw Vine?
There are no reported adverse reactions of Mitchella repens consumption.
How Squaw Vine Interacts With Other Herbs and Supplements?
There is no reported interaction of squaw vine powder with different herbs and supplements.
How Squaw Vine Interacts With Drugs?
There is no known interaction of Mitchella repens with different drugs.
How Squaw Vine Interacts With Foods?
Squaw vine powder should be used in an amount of 20-50 mg orally.
How Squaw Vine Interacts With Lab Tests?
How Squaw Vine Interacts With Diseases and Conditions?
Till now, there is no known interaction of Mitchella repens with different diseases or conditions.
What Should Be the Dose/Administration of Squaw Vine?
A typical dose of Squaw Vine is 20-50 mg.
Mitchella repens is a creeping herb commonly presents in Japan and the areas of the North America.
General Certificate of Analysis (COA)
Specification sheet links below are a standard copy of the COA less the batch or lot number and manufactures dates. Specification sheet can be dated and should only be considered as a general information. Please contact and request an up to date COA if needed for specific updated information before placing order by filling out the contact form with product name and SKU number. If ordering quantities of twenty five kilos or more contact for availability.