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WITCH HAZEL
Woodbloom, Winterbloom

(Hamamelis Virginiana)


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  • Witch Hazel Herbal Description
  • Witch Hazel Uses, Health Benefits & Scientific Evidence
  • Witch Hazel Dosage Information
  • Witch Hazel Safety, Cautions & Interactions
  • Witch Hazel Herbal Products




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    WITCH HAZEL HERBAL DESCRIPTION

    Witch Hazel (Hamamelis Virginiana) is also known as Woodbloom, Winterbloom, Snapping Hazel, Magician's Rod, Spotted Alder, Tobacco Wood, and White Hazel.

    Witch Hazel is a genus of deciduous flowering shrub plants in the family Hamamelidaceae, with three species in North America (H. ovalis, H. virginiana and H. vernalis), and one each in Japan (H. japonica) and China (H. mollis). Witch Hazel shrub consists of several crooked branching trunks that share a root and has smooth grey bark with leaves 3 to 5 inches long. When the leaves drop off in autumn, H. virginiana yellow flowers appear blooming in September to November (other species bloom from January to March), followed by black nuts containing white seeds which are oily and edible. The genus name, Hamamelis, means "together with fruit", referring to the simultaneous occurrence of flowers with the maturing fruit from the previous year.





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    WITCH HAZEL USES, HEALTH BENEFITS & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    In America, Witch Hazel leaves are produced abundantly. The leaves have a bitter, aromatic taste. The properties of the leaves and bark are similar and are used as an astringent, tonic, and sedative. Throughout history, North American Indians used Witch Hazel poultices for painful swellings and tumors. Today, Witch Hazel is used to remedy the same conditions as our grandmothers recommended for the treatment of burns, scalds, and inflammatory conditions of the skin, hemorrhoids, and internal bleeding. A lint bandage of Witch Hazel has been used to staunch the flow of blood from a burst varicose vein. It can also be used to soothe insect and mosquito bites.

    The leaves and bark of the North American Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) may be used to produce an astringent, also referred to as Witch Hazel, and is used medicinally. This plant extract was widely used for medicinal purposes by American Indians and is a component of a variety of commercial healthcare products.

    Witch Hazel is mainly used externally on sores, bruises, and swelling. Witch Hazel hydrosol is used in skin care. It is a strong anti-oxidant and astringent. It is often used as a natural remedy for psoriasis, eczema, aftershave applications, ingrown nails, to prevent sweating of the face, cracked or blistered skin, for treating insect bites, poison ivy, and as a treatment for varicose veins and hemorrhoids. It is found in numerous over-the-counter hemorrhoid preparations. It is recommended to women to reduce swelling and soothe wounds resulting from childbirth.

    COMMON WITCH HAZEL USES

    1. Natural Astringent: Probably the most famous way Witch Hazel is used is as a natural astringent. High concentrations of tannins in witch hazel make it an excellent astringent which means it has the ability to remove excess oil from skin and shrink down pores. Health-wise, those who are exposed to lots of environmental pollutants may apply witch hazel to the face in order to reduce the amount of contaminants that enter pores and, consequently, the amount and severity of blemishes. Also, because astringents remove excess oil, regular use of Witch Hazel may further prevent blemishes, especially black heads which result from dried sebum build-up in pores.

    2. Fade Bruises & Blemishes: Witch Hazel may also be used to treat blemishes already present on the face or other areas of the body. Apply witch hazel with a cotton ball or cosmetic pad to reduce irritation and appearance of acne or other inflammatory skin conditions. Witch Hazel applied to bruises can also help to fade discoloration and speed up the healing process of any underlying damage.

    3. Brighten Around Eyes: The ability of Witch Hazel to tighten skin and reduce inflammation makes this an ideal natural remedy for treating discoloration and puffiness under and around eyes and is one of the most popular uses for Witch Hazel. Just make sure not to get any of this natural astringent on the eyes themselves as it will result in significant pain and lingering discomfort from dryness.

    4. Shrink Swollen Veins: Soak soft terry cloth in Witch Hazel and lay over skin affected by varicose veins to temporarily reduce swelling and pain. Also, remember to prop up the areas to be treated as high as possible. This will decrease blood pressure in swollen veins and maximize the effectiveness of your treatment.

    5. Stop Bleeding: Witch Hazel naturally tightens skin and promotes faster healing. Apply organic Witch Hazel to minor cuts and scrapes to stop bleeding. Store-bought Witch Hazel also often contains isoproply alcohol which disinfects, making it a popular choice for cleansing wounds before bandaging.

    6. Post Hair-Removal: For both men and women, Witch Hazel is a great follow-up to shaving any part of the body. Not only will it stop bleeding from nicks or cuts, anti-inflammatory Witch Hazel can also work to prevent razor burn. Furthermore, those who employ hot wax treatments for hair-removal may also apply Witch Hazel as an anti-inflammatory post-waxing or use it to stop bleeding from damaged hair follicles.

    7. Hemorrhoid Relief: Witch Hazel is great for easing the pain, itching, swelling, and bleeding of hemorrhoids. In fact, itís a common ingredient used in many commercial hemorrhoid creams. Just mix Witch Hazel with a carrier like Aloe Vera gel and apply to affected areas for fast relief.

    8. Ease a Sore Throat: Due to its astringent properties, an herbal tea of Witch Hazel (not the store-bought kind which almost always contains isopropyl alcohol) can help to ease the discomfort of a sore throat. Gargle with Witch Hazel tea to reduce swelling, dry up excess mucus, and ease pain caused by laryngitis, sinusitis, tonsillitis, or other throat maladies.

    9. Treat Damaged Gums: A Witch Hazel mouth rinse (again, do not use witch hazel that contains isopropyl alcohol) can help to reduce pain and swelling of irritated or infected gums. Witch Hazel can be used stop minor bleeding of the gums and mouth. Try a teaspoon of Witch Hazel tea with one drop each Clove Oil and Myrrh Oil to safely relieve teething pain for infants. The same treatment may also be used to soothe pain caused by emerging wisdom teeth or after oral surgery to reduce discomfort and inflammation.

    10. Dry Up Swimmerís Ear: Otitus externa (commonly known as 'Swimmerís Ear') is caused by microbial infection of the ear canal. Use an eye dropper to insert several drops of Witch Hazel into each ear to dry up pus, clear away excess oil, and break up wax and debris that may be clogging the ear canal. Allow ears to drain then clean gently with a cotton swab or cosmetic pad. Follow up with a natural anti-microbial like Basil Oil, Apple Cider Vinegar, or Tea Tree Oil.

    11. Soothe Diaper Rash: Anti-inflammatory properties of Witch Hazel make it an effective and safe remedy for soothing pain from diaper rash. Regular application will also assist in healing damaged skin faster, further reducing your babyís discomfort.

    12. Cool Down Sunburn: Mix some Witch Hazel in with your Aloe Vera gel the next time you need to treat a sunburn. The anti-inflammatory power of this incredible plant extract will aid your skin in healing while it and the Aloe help to cool the burn. This treatment can also help to prevent skin from peeling in the days following a bad burn.

    13. Neutralize Contact Dermatitis: Because of its drying and anti-itch power, Witch Hazel can also be used to counter the effects of skin-irritating plant compounds like urushiol, the sap oil contained in poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac that causes contact dermatitis in about 85% of adults who come in contact with it.

    14. Bug Bites & Stings: Just as Witch Hazel can be used to ease pain and itching from poison ivy and its cousins, the same works for bug bites and stings. Yet another reason to carry a small bottle of this awesome remedy with you the next time you plan to spend a day outdoors!

    FOR THE BUTTERFLIES

    The Hamamelis species are used as food plants by the larvae of some lepidopteran species, including feathered thorn.





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    WITCH HAZEL DOSAGE INFORMATION

    Witch Hazel is a topical astringent derived from the bark and leaves of Hamamelis virginiana, the common or North American witch-hazel shrub. Native Americans have long recognized the medicinal properties of witch hazel and used a decoction of the boiled plant parts to treat skin irritations, eye inflammations, and tumors. It was used internally for bleeding. Other uses have included treatment of hemorrhoids, burns, cancers, tuberculosis, colds, and fever. Preparations have been used on the skin for the treatment of itching and inflammation, as well as in the preparation for eye irritation. Nowadays this popular herbal remedy is recognized world-wide as a natural cleanser and toner, but witch hazel has many more uses than simply to clarify skin and shrink pores. It is commonly used for skin conditions, including diaper rash,

    The plant, including the crude leaf and bark, is used in a variety of forms, fluid extracts, poultices, and most commonly as witch hazel water. The latter, also known as Hamamelis water or distilled witch hazel extract, is obtained from recently cut, partially dormant twigs. This plant material is soaked in warm water, followed by distillation and the addition of alcohol to the distillate. Witch Hazel water is the most commonly found commerical preparation, usually kept in most homes as a topical cooling agent or astringent.

    For Topical Dosage: Steam distillates of Witch Hazel are used diluted 1:3 with water or undiluted, and in semisolid preparations at 5 to 10 percent of crude herb.

    For Rectal Dosage: Suppositories containing Witch Hazel contain from 0.1 to 1 gram per dose.

    For hemorrhoids, 1/2 to 3 drachms of liquor Hamamelidis (a distillate of the fresh leaves) injected to the site, 1 to 3 grains of powdered extractive from the bark mixed with cacao butter for external use. Another treatment for hemorrhoids is to use a tincture (from the bark), 1 drachm in 3 ounces cold water given as enema. In treating varicose veins, use a liquid extract, 5 to 15 minims (preparation of the dried leaves made with alcohol) externally.

    Lotion of Witch Hazel 1 or 2 drachms with water to an ounce is useful for bruises. It is important to read product label directions for specific use regarding the condition you want to treat.

    Oral use is not recommended.





    WITCH HAZEL SAFETY, CAUTIONS & INTERACTIONS

    Internal use is not recommended because of the high tannin content. Although extracts of Witch Hazel are available commercially, medical resources say they should not be taken internally because of the toxicity of the tannins has not been well defined. Because Witch Hazel Water is a steam distillate of the extract, it does not contain tannins. However, Witch Hazel Water is not intended for internal use. Teas can be brewed from leaves and twigs commercially available but their safety is unknown.

    No interactions have been well documented. Allergic skin reactions have been reported from topical applications and cross-sensitivity to Compositae plants (including Arnica and Chamomile) is possible.

    Safety in young children, pregnant or nursing mothers, or those with severe liver or kidney damage is not known.





    WITCH HAZEL HERBAL & RELATED PRODUCTS

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    WITCH HAZEL HERBAL PRODUCTS

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    Mountain Rose Herbs: Witch Hazel Bark (Hamamelis Virginiana), Wild Harvested, Bulk Organic Herbs & Spices
    Mountain Rose Herbs: Witch Hazel Bark Powder (Hamamelis Virginiana), Wild Harvested, Bulk Organic Herbs & Spices
    Mountain Rose Herbs: Witch Hazel Leaf (Hamamelis Virginiana), Certified Organic, Bulk Organic Herbs & Spices
    Mountain Rose Herbs: Witch Hazel Extract, Organic Bulk Miscellaneous Ingredients
    Witch Hazel extract is a wonderful ingredient for use in your cosmetic and medicinal preparations. It is gentle enough to be used alone, or it may be combined with other ingredients or herbs. Commercial Witch Hazel extracts usually contain more alcohol than actual witch hazel, and have only been distilled once. However, the line of organic Witch Hazel extract offered by Mountain Rose Herbs is superior in both quality and potency. Our true witch hazel extract has been double distilled, and contains 86% witch hazel extract and only 14% alcohol. This makes it more soothing than the version found in your local store, and lacks the alcohol sting and scent. Witch Hazel extract is distilled from the twigs and bark of the Witch Hazel tree (Hamamelis virginiana). Available in 3 different sizes (16 fl. oz., 1 gallon and 5 gallons).


    STARWEST BOTANICALS PRODUCTS

    Starwest Botanicals: Witch Hazel Leaf, Cut & Sifted, Wildcrafted, 1 lb.
    Starwest Botanicals: Witch Hazel Leaf, Powder, Wildcrafted, 1 lb.
    Starwest Botanicals: Witch Hazel Extract, 4 fl. oz.
    Starwest Botanicals: Witch Hazel Extract, 16 fl. oz.
    Starwest Botanicals: Witch Hazel Extract, 1 gallon
    Starwest Botanicals: Witch Hazel Soap, Grandpa's Products, 3.25 oz.


    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Extract, Herb Pharm, 1 fl. oz. (32455)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Extract, Natures Answer, 1 fl. oz. (17356)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Extract, Eclectic Institute Inc, 1 fl. oz. (32154)
    HerbsPro: Stone Root & Witch Hazel Extract, Eclectic Institute Inc, 1 fl. oz. (76163)
    HerbsPro: Stone Root & Witch Hazel Extract, Alcohol Free, Eclectic Institute, 1 fl. oz. (76219)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Extract, Eclectic Institute Inc, 2 fl. oz. (76254)
    HerbsPro: Stone Root & Witch Hazel Extract, Eclectic Institute, 2 fl. oz. (76171)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Oil Controlling Toner, Humphreys Homeopathic Remedies, 2 fl. oz. (72331)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Redness Reduction, Humphreys Homeopathic, 2 fl. oz. (72329)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Astringent, Humphreys Homeopathic Remedies, 2 fl. oz. (107344)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Skin Softening, Humphreys Homeopathic Remedies, 2 oz. (72333)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Extract, Herb Pharm, 4 fl. oz. (32456)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel After Shave With Aloe Vera, Thayers, 4 fl. oz. (109407)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Oil Controlling Toner, Humphreys Homeopathic Remedies, 8 fl. oz. (72332)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Pore Perfecting Toner, Original, Dickensons, 8 fl. oz. (97713)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Astringent, Humphrey's Homeopathic Remedies, 8 fl. oz. (72328)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Astringent, Organic, Humphreys Homeopathic Remedies, 8 fl. oz. (86813)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Redness Reduction, Humphreys Homeopathic, 8 fl. oz. (72330)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Skin Softening, Humphreys Homeopathic Remedies, 8 oz. (72334)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Astringent, Original, Thayers, 11.5 fl. oz. (19252)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Astringent, Medicated, Thayers, 11.5 fl. oz. (19236)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel With Aloe Vera, Lemon, Thayers, 11.5 fl. oz. (19234)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel With Vitamin C, Peach, Thayers, 12 fl. oz. (19239)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel With Aloe Vera, Rose, Alcohol Free, Thayers, 12 fl. oz. (19251)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Toner, Alcohol Free, Thayers, 12 fl. oz. (35513)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Toner, Lavender, Alcohol Free, Thayers, 12 fl. oz. (64499)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Toner, Cucumber, Alcohol Free, Thayers, 12 fl. oz. (107046)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Toner With Aloe Vera, Unscented, Thayers, 12 fl. oz. (107047)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Astringent, Humphreys Homeopathic Remedies, 16 fl. oz. (72327)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Soap, Grandpa's Brands Company, 3.25 oz. (20635)
    HerbsPro: Preparation H With Witch Hazel Hemorroidal Wipes, Flushable, Preparation H, 10 Each (102967)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Oil Controlling Towelettes, Original Formula, Dickinsons, 20 Count (99862)
    HerbsPro: Hazelet Witch Hazel Pads, Dickinson Brands, 60 Count (72146)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Pads, Thayers, 60 Pads (19253)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Pads, Humphreys Homeopathic Remedies, 60 Pads (86799)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Hemorrhoidal Pads, Dickinson Brands, 100 Count (72148)


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Leaf Powder (Hamamelis virginiana), Starwest Botanicals, 1 lb (C)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Leaf Powder (Hamamelis virginiana), Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs) (EB)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Astringent, Humphreys, 16 fl oz (K)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Astringent, Certified Organic, Humphreys, 8 fl oz (K)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Astringent, Humphreys, 16 fl oz (K)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Extract , Health & Herbs, (Hamamelis virginiana), 2 fl oz (HH)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Non-Alcoholic Extract , Health & Herbs, (Hamamelis virginiana), 2 fl oz (HH)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Extract , Health & Herbs, (Hamamelis virginiana), 8 fl oz (HH)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Non-Alcoholic Extract , Health & Herbs, (Hamamelis virginiana), 8 fl oz (HH)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Extract , Health & Herbs, (Hamamelis virginiana), 16 fl oz (HH)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Non-Alcoholic Extract , Health & Herbs, (Hamamelis virginiana), 16 fl oz (HH)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Extract, Starwest Botanicals, 16 fl oz (C)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Salve, WiseWays Herbals, 1 oz (K)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Astringent Cleansing Pads, Humphreys, 60 Count (K)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel With Aloe Vera Astringent Pads, Thayers, Medicated, 60 Count (K)


    AMAZON PRODUCTS

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  • WITCH HAZEL HEMORRHOID RELIEF PRODUCTS

    The products below are for hemorrhoids and the relief of hemorrhoidal symtoms. The cream products below are for hemorrhoids. Some may not actually contain Witch Hazel in their formulation. If they do not, you can add some Witch Hazel extract to the cream to enhance the product's effectiveness.

    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Preparation H With Witch Hazel Hemorroidal Wipes, Flushable, Preparation H, 10 Each (102967)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Oil Controlling Towelettes, Original Formula, Dickinsons, 20 Count (99862)
    HerbsPro: Hazelet Witch Hazel Pads, Dickinson Brands, 60 Count (72146)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Pads, Thayers, 60 Pads (19253)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Pads, Humphreys Homeopathic Remedies, 60 Pads (86799)
    HerbsPro: Witch Hazel Hemorrhoidal Pads, Dickinson Brands, 100 Count (72148)
    HerbsPro: Anesthetic Cream For Hemorrhoids, Tronolane, 1 oz. (97987)
    HerbsPro: Anesthetic Cream For Hemorrhoids, Tronolane, 2 oz. (97988)
    HerbsPro: Hemorrhoid Relief, Liddell Labs, 1 oz. (108760)
    HerbsPro: Hemorrhoid Relief, King Bio Natural Medicines, 2 oz. (49867)
    HerbsPro: Hemorrhoid Control OG1, Forces of Nature, 11 ml (93252)
    HerbsPro: Hemorrhoid Control Extra Strength OG2, Forces of Naturem 11 ml (93253)
    HerbsPro: Hemorrhoid, Heel Inc, 100 Tabs (71393)
    HerbsPro: Hemorrhoids, Hylands, 100 Tabs (15798)


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Astringent, Humphreys, 16 fl oz (K)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Astringent, Certified Organic, Humphreys, 8 fl oz (K)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Astringent, Humphreys, 16 fl oz (K)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Salve, WiseWays Herbals, 1 oz (K)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel Astringent Cleansing Pads, Humphreys, 60 Count (K)
    Kalyx: Witch Hazel With Aloe Vera Astringent Pads, Thayers, Medicated, 60 Count (K)


    AMAZON PRODUCTS

    Amazon: Witch Hazel Products
    Amazon: Witch Hazel Toner & Astringent Products
    Amazon: Witch Hazel Pain Relief & Hemorrhoid Care Products
    Amazon: Witch Hazel Skin Care Cloths & Towelettes Products
    Amazon: Witch Hazel Health Care Products


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  • HAMAMELIS (WITCH HAZEL) HOMEOPATHIC PRODUCTS

    AMAZON PRODUCTS

    Amazon: Hamamelis Virginiana Homeopathic Products
    Amazon: Hamamelis Virginiana 6C, Boiron Homeopathic Medicines, 80 Pellet Tube
    Amazon: Hamamelis Virginana 30C, Boiron Homeopathic Medicines, 80 Pellets


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