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Decoction of pomegranate (root) bark

 
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Hi,
Has anyone here ever made a decoction of pomegranate root and/or stem bark?
If so, can you say how to safely harvest some without killing the tree?
I have a tree with a stem circumference of about 8 inch and it is from soil to top of the thicker branches 4,2 foot high. At this moment it sits in a container, the way I received it from the sellers.
I saw somewhere on the net that for trees it would be best to harvest in spring time?
I believe this is also the best moment for your body to do things like detoxing etc.
The use of this decoction has been used in the old days to expel tapeworm. My use is somewhat similar, for expelliing parasites.
Any advice is very welcome,

thanks,
Danny
 
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