Information on Bleeding, internal

DescriptionInternal bleeding results when a blood vessel is ruptured, usually through injury. If the bleeding is excessive and blood loss significant, fainting, shock, and death can occur. Contact a health care practitioner immediately.
Treatment PlanFor internal bleeding shepherd's purse fresh plant tincture, a choline-containing anti-hemorrhagic, is taken every hour or two. For heavy bleeding take 1/2 or even 1 tsp. of the tincture every half hour. Other herbs include agrimony, bistort, golden seal, and plantain.

Caution: Watch for heart palpitations, and reduce the dose if these occur.

If the bleeding continues, consult a qualified practitioner as soon as possible.

Herbal Remedies for Bleeding, internal

HerbTreatment SupportApplication
Shepherd's Purseanti-hemorrhagicfresh plant tincture
Agrimonyastringenttea, tincture
Bistortastringenttea, tincture
Cattail pollenanti-hemorrhagictea, capsule