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White Oak Bark is used as a tea for diarrhea, colds, fever, cough, and bronchitis, for stimulating appetite, and for improving digestion.
Some people apply oak bark directly to the skin in a compress or add it to bath water for pain and swelling (inflammation) of the skin, mouth, throat, genitals, and anal region; and for red itchy skin due to cold exposure (chilblains).
Oak bark contains tannins, which might help treat diarrhea and inflammation.
Oak bark might be safe for most people when applied directly to the skin for up to 2-3 weeks.
Don't take oak bark baths if you have skin conditions such as eczema or large areas of skin damage; or a nerve condition that leads to overly tight muscles (hypertonia).
Don't take oak bark baths if you have Fever or infection or kidney problems: there is concern that using oak bark might make kidney problems worse.
Liver problems: there is concern that using oak bark might make liver problems worse.
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For the most part unless mentioned otherwise, each tea bag will make 2 cups of tea; one ounce of just an herb is about a sandwich bag, and sometimes a little more. If an ounce of herb tea it would be about 1/2 a sandwich bag. If it is a root herb such as burdock root it is heavier, thus an ounce would be about a quarter of a sandwich bag. Comfrey, plantain and nettle leaves would be in a quart size bag.
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