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Erect Sinquefoil

Potentilla Erecta

Modern herbals cite a tea made from the rhizome as an antipyretic (fever-reducing agent), an external astringent, and an antihemorrhagic (an agent capable of stopping the flow of blood). Scientists who have studied these uses question the tea's efficacy in reducing fever. But they have evidence that it may help stop moderate external bleeding and that it most likely acts as an external astringent, causing the skin and capillaries to contract.

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