Yellowroot is a common name for two plants native to Eastern North America.
These plants contain the compound berberine, which gives the roots a yellow
Learn about the potential benefits of Yellow Root including contraindications,
adverse reactions, toxicology, pharmacology and historical usage.
Feb 2, 2014 ... Yellow root, most commonly referred to as goldenseal, may have antimicrobial,
antibacterial, and antiviral properties. This herb dates back to ...
Nov 19, 2014 ... You're probably here because you've heard a rumor that yellow root can cleanse
the body of THC (the active ingredient of weed) in just a few ...
Oct 16, 2007 ... Fights local inflammations and infections of eyes and skin; improves digestion;
treats ulcers. According to nutrimart.com: Goldenseal root has ...
Yellow root, Latin name Hydrastis canadensis, is a native herb to North America
and is used in traditional Native American medicine for digestive problems, skin ...
Apr 30, 2015 ... Yellowroot in Herbal Medicine, your plant ally. Yellowroot is a perfect
replacement for Goldenseal and is also known as "Poor Man's goldenseal ...
Jul 8, 2015 ... And that's where I spotted my jar of Wild Bill's World Famous Yellow Root Tea.
Have you ever heard of Yellow Root Tea? I had not, but it's more ...
Jul 13, 2013 ... I spent my evening hunting for ginseng and other valuable roots. I didn't find any
ginseng, but I did manage to find some yellow root and blood ...
Dec 20, 2011 ... Dr. Karen Hall describes yellowroot (Xanthorhiza simplicissima), a plant used for
dying fibers, primarily oak and rivercane basket splints.