DISTILLED WITCH HAZEL
Witch hazel is a plant. The leaf, bark, and twigs are used to make medicine. You may see a product called witch hazel water (hamamelis water, distilled witch hazel extract.) This is a liquid that is distilled from dried leaves, bark and partially dormant twigs of witch hazel.
Witch hazel is taken by mouth for diarrhea, mucus colitis, vomiting blood, coughing up blood, tuberculosis, colds, fevers, tumors, and cancer.
Some people apply witch hazel directly to the skin for itching, pain and swelling (inflammatory), eye inflammation, skin injury, mucous membrane inflammation, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, bruises, insect bites, minor burns, acne, sensitive scalp, and other skin irritations.
We use witch hazel in our sprays to help the water and essential oil mix together.
Witch hazel contains chemicals called tannis. When applied directly to the skin, witch hazel might help reduce swelling, help repair broken skin, and fight bacteria.
Precautions: Witch hazel is likely safe for most adults when applied directly to the skin. In some people, it may cause minor skin irritation. Witch hazel is possibly safe for most adults when small doses are taken by mouth. In some people, witch hazel might cause stomach upset when taken by mouth. Large doses can cause liver problems. There is not enough reliable information about the safety of taking witch hazel if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use. Witch hazel is possibly safe for children when applied directly to the skin.
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