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LDM 100 (Lomatium Dissectum)

LDM 100 (Lomatium Dissectum)

Barlow Herbal

  • $2100


1 fl oz (30 ml)  



About This Product:

Lomatium dissectum is a member of the parsley family growing in semi-arid climates in the northwest. Its large root has given it the name "biscuit root." This plant has traditionally been used to fight many infectious diseases, such as tuberculosis.

Today, wildcrafted lomatium is a part of many herbal formulas for relieving common colds and the flu.

Actions: Antibacterial, anticoagulant (possible), antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, (Candidia albicans, Clostridium (5 strains), Corynebacterium diptherium, Diplococcus pneumonia, E. coli, Hemophilus influenza, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Neisseria gonorrhea, Proteus vulgaris, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Salmonella, Shigella (3 strains), Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pyogenes), antiseptic, antiviral (DNA and RNA viruses), expectorant, immunostimulant, tonic

Indications: Asthma, bacterial infection, bronchitis, candidiasis (douche), chronic fatigue syndrome, common cold, congestion, cough, cuts (topical), cytomegalovirus, distemper, Epstein-Barr virus, gardnerella infections, gastroenteritis, hay fever, herpes simplex, HIV, influenza, leukocytosis, lymphangitis, mononucelosis, pharyngitis (early stages), pneumonia, respiratory tract infection, rheumatism, shigellosis, skin infections (topical), sore throat (gargle), sores (topical), stomatitis (topical), tonsillitis (early stages), urinary tract infection, vaginal infections (douche), viral infections

Chemicals & Nutrients: Carbohydrates, Columbianetin, Columbianin, Coumarin derivatives, Essential Oils, Fatty Acids, Gums, Luteolin, Luvangetin, Protein, Resins, Saponins, Tannins, Vitamin C

NOTE: For mononucelosis, lymphangitis, and leukacytosis combine with Echinacea

Common name: Desert parsley Active constituents: Tetronic acids and a glucoside of luteoling appear to be the main anit-microbial agents in lomatium rood.1 Little is known about how these compounds act or if other ones might be as important. The resin fraction ocasionally causes a whole-body rash in some people. Another set of constituents, known as coumarins, may also contribute to the onset of rash.


Other Common Names: Carrotleaf Biscuitroot, Chocolate-tips, Cough Root, Fernleaf Biscuitroot, Fernleaf Lomatium, Lepotaenia, Leptotaenia, Lomatium dissectum

Directions and Use:

You should always start with a very small dosage when taking Lomatium for the first time. Start with 1-5 drops once a day for the first week and gradually work up to 30 drops 3 x day if needed. Once you have taken LDM 100 and have had no adverse reaction you can take it at full dose at any time. 

Are there any side effects or interactions?

If you are new to LDM-100 (Lomatium dissectum) you could develop rash (mild to severe). By some estimates approximately, one person in six can be affected by this rash. This rash can cover a small percentage of the body or be full body. It can be itchy, swollen and very uncomfortable and sometimes accompanied by a fever and purple welts.


If you have never used Lomatium it is recommended taking Dandelion root either in liquid or capsule form for a few days prior to taking Lomatium and continue taking Dandelion root for the first week of taking Lomatium. Also take 500 mg of Vitamin C with each Lomatium dose. This seems to help the body process the detox reaction and in most cases lessen the chances of a rash, the severity of the rash in people who still get it and in some cases - prevent it altogether.Should a rash occur stop taking the Lomatium and take benedryl and drink lots of water to counteract the reaction. In severe cases the rash can last over a week. Seek medical treatment if necessary.


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