BloodrootWhat is Bloodroot? This plant derives its name from the fact that the root bleeds when cut. Bloodroot blooms into a pretty spring wildflower.

Where does Bloodroot grow? It is a native plant in Eastern regions of US and Canada.

Benefits: Applied externally, bloodroot has been shown to treat warts and fungal growths due to the root’s tissue killing properties.

Precautions: Toxic. Consult with bloodroot expert and use with extreme caution.

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