Acedera, Amalvelas, Broad-Leaved Dock, Chukkah, Curled Dock, Curly Dock, Field Sorrel, Herbe à Cochons, Lengua de Vaca, Narrow Dock, Oseille Crépue, Parelle Sauvage, Patience Crépue, Romaza, Rumex, Rumex crispus, Rumex obstusifolius, Sheep Sorrel, Sour Dock, Yellowdock.
sexually transmitted diseases or skin problems, it does not seem to be effective for these uses.
There isn't enough information to know if yellow dock is effective for the other conditions that people use it for, including: inflammation of nasal passages and the respiratory tract, bacterial infections, jaundice, scurvy, and others.
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