Rupturewort Tincture benefits the urinary tract by acting as a powerful natural diuretic and treating kidney stones, urinary infections, and cystitis. Ruprurewort has also been used traditionally to help treat minor wounds and ulcers, as well as to treat arthritis and gout.

The majority of the plant’s therapeutic abilities are likely due to the presence of flavonoids and saponins. The plant has diuretic properties as well as anticonvulsive, and astringent properties and a the ability to disinfect the urinary tract.

Urinary Tract Infections

Rupturewort has been used for centuries for medicine and the first mention of its use dates back to the early 1500s when it was used as a natural diuretic to treat urinary tract infections and cystitis.The herb is still used today to treat a range of urinary tract conditions including urethritis, urinary tract infections and cystitis and it has an anti-spasmodic effect on the bladder. It is also used to prevent kidney stones or kidney gravel from forming.

Wound Healing

Ruprurewort has also been used traditionally to help treat minor wounds and ulcers. Its common name as well as its scientific name – ‘Herniaria’ stem from its purported ability to treat herniated or ruptured skin.

Because it has astringent properties, the herb is applied topically in the form of a poultice to help speed up the healing of minor wounds, ulcers and sores.

Arthritis and Gout

Rupturewort has also been used to help treat joint conditions like rheumatism and arthritis. It is also sometimes used to treat gout because of its diuretic ability - it helps flush uric acid and other toxins from the system. It is the build-up of uric acid which cause painful episodes of gout.

Dosage: 20-30 drops, 3 times a day.

Precaution:This plant should be used with professional guidance. Rupturewort interacts with Lithium and may act as a diuretic, preventing lithium from being excreted properly. This would increase the amount of lithium in the body and doses may need to be adjusted. Please consult with your doctor if you are on this medication. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should not consume or apply rupturewort.

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The Herniaria genus consists mostly of annual flowering plants and belongs to the family Caryophyllaceae. H. glabra is related to carnations and dianthus. This genus is native to Asia, Eurasia, Africa and some parts of Europe, but has been introduced to North America. Usually plants in this genus form a mat like ground cover for a short period but this may be dependent upon local weather conditions. This plant is still quite uncommon but is growing in popularity.

Rupturwort is also called Green Carpet due to the plant’s spreading nature and soft texture underfoot. It may go by many common names including, Smooth Rupturewort in North America and Europe, Bruckkraut, Flax Weed, Herniaire Hirsute, or even plain Herniary. The traditional and scientific names are derived from an early belief that the plant was useful for curing hernias. However, the hernias in question were hernias or ruptures of the skin, such as cuts and abrasions, rather than internal hernias.

  • Extraction Ratio : 1/4
  • Ingredients: Grain alcohol, distilled water and herb.
  • Alcohol Volume: 50%