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What's dried cramp bark and how used?
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
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In brief: Native Americans
In traditional medicine, cramp bark has been used to slow the flow of menstrual bleeding in menorrhagia.
It can reduce menstrual cramping. It has been used to aid digestion & as a diuretic. It has been purported to slow uterine contractions when preterm birth is threatening.

In brief: Native Americans
In traditional medicine, cramp bark has been used to slow the flow of menstrual bleeding in menorrhagia.
It can reduce menstrual cramping. It has been used to aid digestion & as a diuretic. It has been purported to slow uterine contractions when preterm birth is threatening.
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