Aspirin

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Aspirin (United States Adopted Name), also known as acetylsalicylic acid ( abbreviated ASA), is a salicylate medication,...
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with birch if you are allergic to aspirin and if you have...
| wellnessmama.com
" ...have used, but didn't use magnesium oil. That will be ...in the future. I add Birch oil to mine too. I've ...have to be careful with birch if you are allergic to... "

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u are allergic to aspirin and aspirin products, because it...
| hikinghq.net
" Actually, birch has been used for centuries to cure diarrhea, aid ...however if you are allergic to aspirin and aspirin products, because it contains chemicals similar to aspirin. So it could be lethal... "

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trees work also as an aspirin substitute if needed. I'll...
| www.preparedsociety.com
" Birch trees work also as an aspirin substitute if needed. I'll try the soap next summer at my BOL when I have some time to kill. Speaking of... "

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warifin and that is like asprin, a blood thinner, it...
| www.healingwiseforum.com
" ...say, be carefull with using Wintergreen or birch with anyone who is on blood thinners. They contain warifin and that is like asprin, a blood thinner, it can cause bleeding that will... "

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ample, I much prefer to take an aspirin pill than chew on bi...
| www.internationalskeptics.com
" ...one example, I much prefer to take an aspirin pill than chew on birch bark. Bayer much better ...and concentration than nature does with birch bark. It's the naturalistic... "

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tea for it's asprin effect, pregnant women are warned to...
| thisbluemarble.com
" ...human body. Many pharmaceuticals are derived from nature. The native Americans used white birch bark tea for it's asprin effect, pregnant women are warned to avoid arrow root. Many women find relief... "

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based on 'herbs' - aspirin from birch bark, digitalis from...
" ...are based on 'herbs' - aspirin from birch bark, digitalis from foxgloves and ...sensitivity to light/sun when using St John's wort (very effective in depression... "

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oderate pain, fever and swelling. It's just as effective wit...
| www.davidicke.com
" ...from Bayer I always take aspirin against mild to moderate pain, fever and swelling. It's just as effective without the mildly hepatotoxic ...me whilst I go out and gnaw on a birch... "

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is made from birch tree bark (which is a salicylate...
| www.ic-network.com
" ...How do you know Elmiron is made from birch tree bark (which is a salicylate (think aspirin))? That reminded me that a ...I was thinking about making birch tree bark tea but I ...may have consequences, as... "

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acid which is used in Aspirin. My grandmother told me th...
| cellar.org
" Quote: Not birch bark, but willow bark certainly. ...acetylsalicylic acid which is used in Aspirin. My grandmother told me that ...chewing gum available. Xylitol is birch sugar, refined from birch... "

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