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Dried Teasel Root (30 gms)

Dried Teasel Root (30 gms)


30 gms is Equivalent to Approximately 5 Generously Heaped Tblsps



  • Fuller’s Teasel
  • Common Teasel
  • Venuscup Teasle
  • Wild Teasel
  • Draper’s Teasel
  • Card Teasel
  • Adam’s Flannel
  • Church Broom
  • Prickly Back
  • Water Thistle



Teasels  have a Sturdy Taproot with a Fibrous Secondary Root System attached. The Teasel Roots  can Measure over 2 feet  in Length and 1 inch  in Diameter.




    • Gender – Not Known
    • Planet – Not Known
    • Element – Not Known


    There is very Little Information Regarding the Use of Teasel, but one Reference tells of  the  Traditional Magical Uses of Teasel in Reverence to Holda, who is One of the Patrons of Spinning and Cloth Making,  People would Plant Teasels around the House to Appease Holda's  Fury and Anger over those who do not keep their Houses Clean and those who are Lazy.


    Teasels are also Traditionally Beneficial,  According to Folklore, in Banishing Small Mischievous Sprites who Have Fun at your Expense by Hiding your Possessions.




    Teasel Root is Traditionally Believed to be Beneficial in the Treatment of:


    • Treating Ulcers
    • Jaundice
    • Warts
    • Cleansing Wounds
    • Osteoporosis
    • Treating Lyme Disease
    • Pain
    • Swelling & Inflammation
    • Treating  Bladder Infections
    • Eye Irritations
    • Bone Disorders




    • Caffeic Acid
    • Cinnamic Acid
    • Osteopeniaid Derivatives
    • Vanillic Acid
    • Caffeoylquinic Acid
    • Iridoids
    • Loganin
    • Cantleyoside
    • Triplostoside A
    • β-sitosterol
    • Campesterol
    • Stigmasterol
    • Oleanic Acid
    • Akebiasaponin D 


    Powdered Teasel Root is Traditionaly  Believed to be Beneficial in the Treatment of many Ailments, Including Pain Relief, Swelling and Inflammation  and for Cleaning Open Wounds.


    Fried Teasel Root is Beneficial in the Treatment of  Excessive and Heavy  Bleeding Periods and for use for Bleeding during Pregnancy.


    Teasel Root has also  been used Traditionally in the Treatment of  Lyme Disease, Bladder Infections, Eye Irritations,  Detoxing  the Kidneys and Liver, Especially Jaundice which is a Common Liver Complaint.   Jaundice is Usually first Detected on the Skin by the Appearance of  a Yellow Colouring of the Skin.  The Diuretic Properties of Teasel Root is Beneficial in Supporting the Liver to Cleanse the Body of Harmful Toxins.


    Teasel Root  is a Diuretic, which is Beneficial in Shedding Excess Water Weight,  Improving Digestion and the Treatment of Diarrhea.  


    Teasel roots have been Traditonally used  in the Treatment of  Bone Ailments and many Bone Disorders can be  Treated Effectively with Teasel Roots, including Bone Fractures, Arthritis and Joint Pain, Back Pain, and and Osteoporosis.  


    Teasel Roots have also been used Traditionally  in the Treatment of  Brain Ailments such as Depression, Anxiety and Stress.

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