Ledum Palustre 30C

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Immune and Lymphatic
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Ledum Palustre, also known as marsh tea or wild rosemary, is a low growing evergreen shrub and as a homeopathic remedy is used to help treat puncture wounds (e.g. those caused by nails), bites from both insects and animals, stings, pains after vaccines, bruising, black eyes, joint pain, and hemorrhages. Additionally, ledum palustre has reputed anti-tetanus properties.

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