Boneset Cut And Sifted by the Ounce
Common Names: Agueweed, Crosswort, Eupatorium, Feverwort, Indian Sage, Sweating Plant, Throughwort, Vegetable Antimony, Teasel, Wild Isaac, Tearal, Wild Sage
Scientific Name: Eupatorium Perfoliatum
Common Uses: Acute Bronchitis, Native Americans used boneset to eliminate infection or disease through fever reduction, sweating and bowel evacuation. They introduced the herb to the colonists, who adopted it to treat malaria and other diseases that cause fever, as a expectorant; as a sedative, for coughs, colds.
*Warnings: DO NOT USE if pregnant or breast-feeding. Boneset can cause liver damage; POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS: allergic reaction; diarrhea, vomiting.
Origins: Eastern Marsh Areas of North America.