Spiny Restharrow

What other names is Spiny Restharrow known by?

Arrête-Bœuf, Asnillo, Balomaga, Bougraine, Bougrande, Bougratte, Bugrane, Bugrane Commune, Bugrane Épineuse, Cammock, Detiene Bueyes, Espinilla, Gatilla, Gatuna, Gatuña, Ground Furze, Hauhechelwurzel, Herbe aux Ânes, Hierba Toro, Land Whin, Ononidis Radix, Ononis spinosa, Peine de Asno, Petty Whin, Quiebra Arados, Restharrow, Stay Plough, Stinking Tommy, Wild Liquorice.

What is Spiny Restharrow?

Spiny restharrow is an herb. The root and oil are used to make medicine.

People take spiny restharrow for urinary tract problems including kidney and bladder stones, kidney gravel, urinary tract infections, and inflammatory disease of the lower urinary tract. They also take it for gout, as well as joint and muscle pain (rheumatism).

Insufficient Evidence to Rate Effectiveness for...

More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of spiny restharrow for these uses.

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