Men use Cherokee rosehip for male sexual problems such as leaking semen and other disorders. Women use it for vaginal discharges and uterine bleeding.
Other uses include treatment of night sweats, frequent urination, bed wetting, ongoing diarrhea, ongoing cough, high blood pressure, and swelling (inflammation) of the intestine (enteritis).
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