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The high and branched stem usually not reaches higher than 1 meter so the plant is considered to be relatively small. \r\nPacked Fresh To Order In Our Flavor Savor Foil Bags! Florida Herb House guarantees the best herbs and spices all year round!\r\n Excerpts from The How to Herb Book - Blood cleanser, purifier, and builder; tones the entire system. - High in vitamin C and iron compounds – one of the best blood builders. - Good for all skin problems. - Dissolves mucus and moves it through kidneys. - Excellent cleanser of lymphatic system. - Dissolves glandular and other tumors. Kills parasites. - The plant is edible. - The leaves and roots are used for green drink and other eating.\r\n Yellow Dock has been used extensively since ancient times to promote healthy blood, especially as related to chronic skin complaints. The anthraquinones present have a markedly cathartic action on the bowel, but in this herb they act in a mild way, possibly tempered by the tannin content. 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Yellow dock (Rumex crispus) is found growing throughout the world and belongs to the buckwheat or Polygonaceae family. This flowering perennial is characterized by the narrow leaves that curl along the edges, which is why it is also called curled dock, narrow dock, narrow-leafed dock and garden patience. The plant's name is associated with the yellow color of the herb's fleshy root, which shows when it is slightly scraped. Yellow dock usually blooms from June to July producing pale green drooping flowers and then three-angled heart-shaped nut. The high and branched stem usually not reaches higher than 1 meter so the plant is considered to be relatively small. Packed Fresh To Order In Our Flavor Savor Foil Bags! Florida Herb House guarantees the best herbs and spices all year round! Excerpts from The How to Herb Book - Blood cleanser, purifier, and builder; tones the entire system. - High in vitamin C and iron compounds – one of the best blood builders. - Good for all skin problems. - Dissolves mucus and moves it through kidneys. - Excellent cleanser of lymphatic system. - Dissolves glandular and other tumors. Kills parasites. - The plant is edible. - The leaves and roots are used for green drink and other eating. Yellow Dock has been used extensively since ancient times to promote healthy blood, especially as related to chronic skin complaints. The anthraquinones present have a markedly cathartic action on the bowel, but in this herb they act in a mild way, possibly tempered by the tannin content. Thus it makes a valuable remedy for constipation, working as it does in a much wider way than simply stimulating the intestinal muscles. It promotes the flow of bile, and its action on the gall-bladder has been noted as beneficial.