Is it safe to have Prickly Ash during pregnancy?

Not safe

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Can I have Prickly Ash when pregnant?

Prickly Ash - also known as 

Northern Prickly-Ash
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Northern Prickly-Ash

Some sources suggest that Prickly ash may cause uterine bleeding and miscarriage. Do not use while breast-feeding as it may irritate an infants digestion.
Our content team is working on updating this item with more details. Meanwhile, if you are looking to consume this food item directly or as an ingredient in any supplements or foods, please check with your doctor before consuming. If you have consumed it already and worrying if you have accidentally harmed your baby, please remember that most of the natural herbs are safe when taken in moderate or small amounts. So if you are feeling fine, it is likely you are going to be ok. However, to be completely sure, it is best to consult with your doctor.

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