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November 17, 2017

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Gravel root, aka Queen of the Meadow, is an herb known to have a contracting and tonic effect on the bladder causing increased fluid elimination. Parsley juice is also known to have this effect. These are not to be confused with other diuretic herbs like uva ursi which stimulate kidney function and may not directly address the atonic bladder issue the way gravel root does.

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