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Poke Root (Pokeweed) - Glycerite Liquid Extract (1:5) - No Flavor
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1 fl oz

Poke Root (Pokeweed) - Glycerite Liquid Extract (1:5) - No Flavor

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Effectively restores the proper function of the body, can increase health and vitality, helps support bedsores, carbuncles, hemorrhoids and much more. *

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ZIN Product Number: 407411
Size: 1 fl oz
Weight: 0.22 lbs (0.10 KG)
Size (inches): 1.18" X 1.18" X 4.13"
Size (cm): 3.0 cm X 3.0 cm X 10.5 cm


Ingredients: Glycerin (Vegetable Source), Poke Root

Description - Research and Analysis

Poke Root is also known by the names Pigeon Berry, Red Ink Plant, Shang-lu, Congora, Coakum, Inkberry, Scoke, and Red Weed. Poke Roo is an perennial shrub which grows in damp woodlands, hedges, and waste places, especially in the South. The parts of this plant used for health benefits are the roots and the berries. The genus name Phytolacca is from the Greek "phyton," meaning "plant," and the French word "lac" in reference to the plant's ability to yield "reddish dye." The name Poke is derived from an Indian word "pocan," a name for any plant that yields a red dye, and from "pak," meaning "blood." A dye from the berries has been used as ink and paint, and for basket coloring. In fact, the United States Constitution was written in Pokeberry ink. During the presidential campaign of James Polk, his supporters wore a sprig of Poke in their lapels. At one time,

In Africa, the plant is being investigated for its ability to help control Bilharzia, an attack contracted by bathing in water containing certain snails. The primary chemical constituents of Poke Root include triterpenoid saponins, alkaloids (phytolaccine), phytolaccic acid, formic acid, lectins, tannin, protein (PAP), fatty oil, resin, and sugars. The alkaloid constituents are fundamentally nitrogen containing molecules that have a marked effect on both animal and human physiology in varying roles - from pain killer to poison. Tannins have the effect of precipitating protein molecules, producing a sort of "leather coat" on the surface of tissues. Little documented evidence exists as to the specific beneficial role of the phytolaccic acid.

Poke Root is broadly described as an alterative, purgative, and emetic. An alterative is any herb which will gradually restore the proper function of the body, and increase health and vitality. They act to alter the body's processes of metabolism so that tissues can best deal with the range of functions from nutrition to elimination. Emetics are herbs that cause vomiting through irritation of the stomach or nervous system. A purgative is an herb which has the effect of causing rapid and violent diarrhea. In large doses, Poke Root may produce digestive issues with concomitant vomiting and diarrhea. It acts as a depressant on the respiratory and cardiac centers, and depressing the visual and auditory senses.

Known topical applications of this herb have included its use as a poultice for boils, infections, skin and breast health issues, and as a compress for mastitis. A poultice of the berries has been used on boils, skin rashes and wounds, and as a salve for bedsores, carbuncles, chickenpox, hemorrhoids, fever, psoriasis, and shingles.


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Take 20-30 drops of extract in a small amount of warm water 3-4 times daily as needed.


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