Herbal Uses of Milky Oats
We are excited to share a series of monographs on the HWB blog. Each monograph is one double-sided page that can be saved or printed. They were designed to be a quick reference, so not every action, dosing strategy, etc. could be covered. The back-side of each monograph lists references that were used and includes sources from respected herbal texts and websites, as well as peer-reviewed journal articles. These references would be an excellent starting point if you’d like to dig deeper. Now, on to the monograph!
Herbal Uses of Milky Oats
As you will see from the monograph below, oat (Avena sativa) is a gentle, nourishing herb that helps support the nervous system. It has a mineral-rich nutrition profile, and is much loved by herbalists as a nervine tonic. In addition to milky oats, oat straw is also used in herbalism.
Learn more about the herbal uses of milky oats by downloading the printable monograph below.
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