Brand Name: berberine, eye balm, eye root, goldenroot, ground raspberry, Hydrastis canadensis, Indian plant, jaundice root, orange root, yellow root
Generic Name: Goldenseal
Drug Class: Antimicrobials, Herbals
What Is Goldenseal and How Does It Work?
Goldenseal suggested uses include for the common cold, conjunctivitis, diarrhea, dysmenorrhea/menorrhagia, flatulence, gastritis/colitis, mouth/gum sores, respiratory infections, ringworm, urinary tract infections, and urine drug tests.
Goldenseal is available under the following different brand and other names: berberine, eye balm, eye root, goldenroot, ground raspberry, Hydrastis canadensis, Indian plant, jaundice root, orange root, and yellow root.
Dosages of Goldenseal:
- 0.5-1 g orally three times daily
- 0.3-1.0 ml orally three times daily; 1:1, 60% ethanol
- 2-4 ml orally three times daily; 1:10, 60% ethanol
- Rinse three to four times daily; with 6 g dried herb/150 ml water
Dosage Considerations – Should be Given as Follows:
- See "Suggested Dosing"
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