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This one small bottle can supply you and your family’s body to increase its immune defense systems. It supports your body so it can recover quicker.
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Today, wildcrafted lomatium is a part of many herbal formulas.
Cultivation: Not well understood at present. In the wild Lomatium dissectum grown on rocky slopes, frequently facing south, in semi-arid areas. Probably requires a warm period followed by a cold season and then another warm period.
Common name: Desert parsley
Parts used and where grown: The root of lomatium is used. The plant is native to and continues to grow in western North America, however is now listed as endangered. information on this site is for education only, and not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious medical concerns please see your doctor or health care provider. Any reviews are the experiences and opinions of the people who wrote them. They have not been evaluated by the FDA, and are not intended to be used as medical to prevent, treat, diagnosis or cure any disease. Not to be used during pregnancy.
Other Common Names: Carrotleaf Biscuitroot, Chocolate-tips, Cough Root, Fernleaf Biscuitroot, Fernleaf Lomatium, Lepotaenia, Leptotaenia, Lomatium dissectum
Range: Western N. America- southwards from Alberta and British Columbia.
The pulverized root has been burnt as an incense.
Lomatium dissectum, Lomatium dissectum var. dissectum, Lomatium dissectum var. multifidum, Lomatium dissectum var. eatonii, Lomatium dissectum var. occidentalis, Leptoeania dissecta, Leptataenia multifida, Leptotaenia purpurea, Leptotaenia eatonii, Leptotaenia foliosa desert Parsnip, Indian Parsnip, Leptotaenia dissecta, Tohza, Toza, Wild Carrot.
Location: Alberta, British Columbia, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming
Synonyms: Biscuit Root, Desert Parsley, Desert Parsnip, Fern-Leafed Lomatium, Ferula dissoluta, Indian Desert Parsnip, Indian Parsnip, Leptotaenia dissecta, Tohza, Toza, Wild Carrot
NOTE: Product manufactured by Barlow Herbal.
Lomatium Dissectum works with the body As you can see, the pure root extract of Lomatium Dissectum is multi-faceted support for the body and can be a good choice and addition to your first aid supplies.
LDM-100* can be taken undiluted or diluted in a small amount of water or juice. (Juice is nice for small children or taste sensitive adults.)
LDM-100* is our most popular formula. Now available for the first time in 2 oz., 4 oz., 8 oz. and 16 oz. bottles
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