Health benefits of bryonia and side effects
The bryonia is a plant, and usually, natural doctors and people use the root for medicine, which is used as a laxative to relieve constipation.
Emetics are medications that are used to cause vomiting. The bryonia is also used to treat stomach and intestinal diseases, lung diseases, arthritis, metabolic disorders, liver diseases, and prevent infections.
It is also used to increase urination to relieve fluid retention.
How does bryonia work?
The plant root contains a resin that has a strong laxative effect. Resin is a gum-like material.
The proper dose of bryonia depends on several factors such as age, health, and various other problems of the user. There is currently not enough scientific information to determine an appropriate range.
Highlighting the benefits of bryonia
- Also, lung diseases;
- Arthritis ;
- Liver disease;
- Also, metabolic disturbances;
- fluid retention;
- Also, infection prevention ;
- Causes vomiting;
Side effects of bryonia
The bryonia is probably unsafe for anyone to use.
At relatively low doses, it can cause many side effects, including dizziness, vomiting, seizures, cramps, bloody diarrhea, miscarriage, nervous excitement, and kidney damage.
Larger doses can cause fatal poisoning. Just touching the fresh plant can cause skin irritation. Also, eating the berries can cause death.
Special precautions and warnings
Pregnancy and breastfeeding: The bryonia is unsafe for pregnant women when taken orally and also for breastfeeding women when taken orally.
In addition, it can cause a miscarriage, in addition to serious consequences for the health of pregnant or nursing women.
- Children: The plant is probably unsafe for children when taken by mouth. Also, eating the berries can cause death.
- Stomach and bowel disorders: There are many reasons not to use the plant. Also, it can cause serious side effects and death.
- It can also irritate the stomach and intestines and make gastrointestinal problems worse.
- Interactions on the skin:
- We currently do not have information on plant interactions.
- Also, keep in mind that natural products are not always necessarily safe and dosages can be important.
Follow relevant instructions on product labels and consult your pharmacist, physician, or another healthcare professional before use