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    Action: Astringent, tonic, alterative, haemostatic, diuretic.
    Systems Affected: Digestive tract, mucous membranes, blood.
    Preparation and Dosage (thrice daily): Dried root bark, dose 2-5 grams by decoction. Dried (or fresh) leaves, dose 2-5 grams by infusion or decoction.

    The Blackberry, native to Europe, now grows in almost all parts of the world, but far more abundantly in Australia than in any other country.
    Today in much of the industrialized world blackberry picking, together with mushrooming, is one of the few ritualistic seasonal gatherings of wild plant food still practiced.
    As a herb, Blackberry is noted for its beneficial effect on the mucous membranes. The French herbalist Jean Palaiseul has expressed admiration for 'its triple action — astringent, tonic and restorative — on the mucous membranes', and according to the American herbalist Michael Tierra, 'There is perhaps no better remedy for diarrhea, dysentery and bleeding than that of blackberry root bark'.
    With its astringent and haemostatic properties, Blackberry has a soothing and restorative effect on inflamed mucous membranes, especially those of the digestive tract. Used by herbalists to treat gastritis, enteritis, chronic diarrhoea and dysentery, both the leaves and root bark are used, the latter being stronger in effect. It is also used in the treatment of haemorrhoids and urogenital disorders (chiefly cystitis).
    As a gargle and mouthwash (the addition of honey increases its soothing and alterative properties) it is employed for sore throat and ailments of the mucous membranes of the mouth (aphtha, swollen gums, ulcers).
    As a lukewarm douche it is used to treat leucorrhoea ('thrush' or 'whites') and vaginitis.

    Cautionary Notes: Blackberry has a rampant growth pattern in some rural areas, in some cases smothering huge expanses of wilderness and agricultural land. For this reason it has been declared a noxious weed in many areas and is subject to eradication and spraying programmes by local and State authorities. Therefore, when harvesting any part of the plant for human (or animal) consumption, be extremely careful in checking that it has not been sprayed with highly toxic herbicides. This applies everywhere, on farms, along roadways, even in remote areas.