WILD CHERRY BARK
Small: 4x3 pouch
approximate serving size : 12 to 15 servings
Large: 5x7 pouch
approximate serving size : 80 - 84 servings
Aides with: coughs, respiratory ailments
Wild Cherry Bark (Prunus serotina) comes from the tree which is Native to the United States in the regions of Canada through the Carolinas to Florida. Wild cherry bark has a variety of medicinal uses that date long back in history. It is especially well-known for its ability to treat coughs and other respiratory issues but can also help heal poor digestion and may also act as a mild sedative.
-Wild Cherry Bark has been used to treat various ailments for centuries. The Cherokees utilized the bark for pain relief during labor while the Mohegans saw it as a remedy for various illnesses including dysentery. In 1820, wild cherry bark got listed officially in the United States Pharmacopoeia as an antitussive and sedative.
-People have traditionally used wild cherry bark throughout the years to treat a wide variety of other respiratory conditions. It has been used to treat bronchitis, tuberculosis, asthma, catarrh and scrofula. It has excellent natural expectorant qualities meaning that the bark can help to loosen up phlegm or mucus from the respiratory system.
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