Why You’ll Love KuKista’s LDM
The antibiotic activity of the oil factions in the root of LDM makes it effective against bacteria, molds and fungi. It was traditionally used by Native Americans for any kind of virus or bacteria. Applied topically between the toes LDM helps athlete’s foot and because warts are generally viral, LDM extract applied topically kills the virus thus killing the wart.
RASH COMMENTS: If you are new to LDM Extract you might develop a one-time detox rash. The skin, a major organ, will filter overloaded toxins in the body causing a detox rash. To calm the skin irritation use Dandelion Root, Neem, Aloe Vera lotion and/or Calendula. Stop LDM until the rash clears and once the rash clears you may resume use. Often the rash disappears within in 24 hours. Rarely is there a second detox rash.
Antiviral, Anti-fungal, Natural Antibiotic Properties
Why KuKista’s Loves LDM
Usually, viruses viciously attack the body’s immune systems. KuKista’s LDM (Lomatium Dissectum v. Multifida) is a powerful antiviral herb that specifically safeguards and protects our immune and respiratory systems. The LDM root grows only in the northwestern part of United States. Originally, the Native American Washoe Indians collected and used the root calling it “powerful medicine” during the Influenza pandemic of 1917-1918.
About This Brand
We use the highest quality sources from all over the world, they are either wild crafted, collected fresh, homegrown in Idaho or shipped overnight capturing top medicinal properties from fresh live plants. We do our own processing in small quality controlled batches to achieve the highest and best quality of herbal extractions.
Suggested Dosage: 1-2 dropperfuls at bedtime. Do not exceed more than 2 dropperfuls daily
Certified Kosher Sweet Grain Alcohol & dried LDM Root.
Disclaimer: Information, statements, and reviews regarding products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Results vary person to person, and there is no guarantee of specific results. KuKista assumes no liability for inaccuracies or misstatements about products.
Want to learn more about LDM (Lomatium)? Check out our blog post on it!