Bryonia

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What other names is Bryonia known by?

Brionia, Bryone, Bryone Blanche, Bryone Dioïque, Bryonia alba, Bryonia cretica, Bryonia dioca, Bryoniae Radix, Couleuvrée, Devil's Turnip, English Mandrake, Herbe de Feu, Ladies' Seal, Mandragore Grimpante, Navet du Diable, Rave de Serpent, Tamus, Tetterberry, Vigne Blanche, Vigne du Diable, White Bryony, Wild Hops, Wild Nep, Wild Vine, Wood Vine.

What is Bryonia?

Bryonia is a plant. People use the root for medicine.

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  • Stomach or intestinal diseases, lung diseases, arthritis, liver disease, metabolic disorders, preventing infections, causing vomiting, fluid retention, and other conditions.

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