Lobelia, also known as “Indian tobacco” and “puke weed,” has been used for centuries by native Americans. Samuel Thomson, the father of American herbalism, popularized the use of this herb on the American frontier. It became the number one herb that Thomson’s Materia. A. I. Coffin, botany professor in the mid 1800s, standardly gave to laboring women.*
Lobelia is sometimes called the “thinking herb,” because, when combined with other herbs, it makes them work even more effectively. For this reason, we use it in many combinations. Specifically, cayenne is often used with lobelia, because the two herbs balance each other’s effects.*
Organic Ingredients: lobelia (Lobelia inflata), grain alcohol, apple cider vinegar. Other Ingredients: vegetable glycerin and purified water.
Suggested Use: 10-15 or more drops, as needed.**This information is not to be construed as medical advice, but only to be considered educational in nature. For all illness, we recommend that you consult with your health care provider. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.
The Traditional Midwife
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