Also known as
Rubus fruticosus, Black Berry, Bramble, Dewberry, Goutberry, Rubi Fruticosi Folium, Rubi Fruticosi Radix, Rubus affinis, Rubus plicatus, Thimbleberry.
Blackberry root is dug from the American blackberry, Rubus villosus, which is closely related to the European blackberry, Rubus fruticosus. The blackberry in all its forms and parts has been used for thousands of years as a food, as well as medicinally.
Tannins, gallic acid, villosin, starch, and calcium oxalate.
Teas and tinctures.
Avoid excessive use (more than three times a day). People with sensitive stomachs who take consume too many fluids with tannins (of any origin, even coffee or tea) can experience stomach upset.
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