Hawthorn Interactions Overview

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Hawthorn

Also known as
  • Aubepine
  • Aubépine
  • Aubépine Blanche
  • Aubépine Épineuse
  • Bianco Spino
  • Bois de Mai
  • Cenellier
  • Chinese Hawthorn
  • Crataegi Flos
  • Crataegi Folium
  • Crataegi Folium Cum Flore
  • Crataegi Fructus
  • Crataegus
  • English Hawthorn
  • Epine Blanche
  • Epine de Mai
  • Espino Blanco
  • Fructus C
Hawthorn Hawthorn is a shrub native to Europe, Asia, and North America. It is a member of the rose family and is known for its thorny branches and small, white or pink flowers, which bloom in the spring. The fruit, called a haw, is a small red berry that is edible and often used in traditional medicine. Hawthorn has been used to treat a variety of conditions, including gastrointestinal discomfort, heart disease, high blood pressure, and chest pain. For its purported blood pressure-lowering abilities, it is thought to work by dilating blood vessels and improving blood flow to the heart. Hawthorn dietary supplements are typically standardized extracts of the berry, leaf and flower of the plant.
There are 184 drugs known to interact with Hawthorn

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