Barberry Information

Barberry, Pipperidge bridge, Mahonia, Berberry

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Most Common Name:Barberry
Botanical Name:Berberis Vulgaris, Berberis Dumetorum
Also Known As (other names):Berberry, Epine Vinette, Mahonia, Pipperidge bridge
     

Barberry is native to most of Europe. This semi toxic, very thorny bush has also been domesticate as hedges and garden bushes where nothing else would grow. The Barberry berries are less toxic and often conserved as a rather acrid jam.

All of the Barberry plant is used for herbal purposes but it is mostly the berries, Bark, leaves and roots that are harvested. Because of Barberry's mild toxic properties Barberry should only be used by people that are familiar with Barberry, uses and methods of extraction.

Barberry side effects are many and erroneous use could lead to harm as Barberry is toxic. It is essential that Barberry is only used under medical supervision. See your doctor before using this herb.

Use for/In treatment of:

HeartburnConstipationJaundice
A purgativeLiver complaintsGall bladder ailments
   
   

Properties:

Tonic  
   
   

 

Barberry is Administered as:

PowderExtract powder or granulesTincture
Fluid extract or syrupInfusionOintment

What is?

A CompressA DecoctionA Herbal VinegarA Fluid Extract
An InfusionAn OintmentA PoulticeA Powder
A SalveA SyrupA TeaA Tincture

 

Barberry Constituents (i.e. what has been reported to be in this herb):

 BerberineOxyacanthineBerbamine 

 

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