Parts used: Aerial parts
Antibacterial, astringent, diuretic, tonic, vulnerary
Bitter principle, fatty acids, flavonoids, rutin, vitamins A, B, C, and K, volatile oil
As its name suggests, all heal has a long tradition as a wound-healing herb. The fresh leaf may be used or a poultice or compress made to aid in the clean healing of cuts and wounds. As a gentle astringent it is used internally for diarrhea, hemorrhoids or mild hemorrhages. For sore throats it may be used as a gargle, sweetened with honey. For bleeding hemorrhoids, it may be used as an ointment or lotion. All heal may be used as a spring tonic or as a general tonic in convalescence.
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