Scientific Name: Salix alba
White Willow Bark is an herb common to Native American and Chinese cultures. It has a bitter taste when brewed as tea. The bark is removed throughout the summer and dried for use in decoctions, liquid extracts, powders, tablets, and tinctures.
White Willow Bark contains organic compounds and Salicin, a glucoside, which naturally help the body to soothe minor aches and discomforts.* It is commonly used by traditional Chinese herbalists as an astringent “cooling herb” (one that helps to cleanse the body’s systems).*
Two capsules at mealtimes.