White Willow Bark - Cut

Herbs: White Willow Bark - Cut

Common Name: White willow
Latin Name: Salix alba
Origin: Europe/Bulgaria

White willow bark is known for relieving pain.

White Willow’s main substance is salicin. White willow bark is what aspirin was made of in the early days of medicine. The great thing about taking White Willow is that it will not thin the blood or irritate the stomach like aspirin.

White willow bark is not considered safe for use by pregnant women.

Customer Reviews

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by Haley on Mar 21, 2014

I was thinking of taking this internally for acne, since it has salicin which I think is related to salycyclic acid used in acne face wash? Do you think that would work? Is it safe to take daily?

    Re: acne?
    by Bulk Herb Store on Apr 2, 2014

    According to "The Green Pharmacy Herbal Handbook" you can take it daily and it may help with skin problems. If you search online you can also read of people using it topically, mixed with witch hazel to help with acne. Good luck!

fever reducer?
by Brittany on Dec 13, 2013

Is White willow bark a fever reducer?

    Re: fever reducer?
    by Bulk Herb Store on Dec 16, 2013

    Definitely! White Willow would be a great fever-reducer. Thanks.

after birth pains
by Rebecca Nos on Nov 12, 2013

In your experience, is this safe to use for post-partum after birth pains?

    Re: after birth pains
    by Bulk Herb Store on Nov 13, 2013

    If you plan on nursing after after you give birth, it isn't recommended while breastfeeding but if not, I would say yes! it would be a lot better than pain medications.

by Emily on Nov 3, 2013

What would you say the dosage would be for young adults?

    Re: dosage
    by Bulk Herb Store on Nov 5, 2013

    The Nutritional Herbology recommends 2 to 4 tablespoons to use in place of aspirin.

White willow bark
by Barb on Jul 9, 2013

I would like to know if you can make an infusion of white willow bark with an oil such as olive or hazlenut to be used in a salve??

    Re: White willow bark
    by Bulk Herb Store on Jul 23, 2013

    Yes! Be sure it is safe to use for whatever purpose you are wanting to use it for.

Willow Bark Tincture
by Terry Hall on Mar 8, 2013

@Marybelle Harris: Thank you! So Willow Bark Tincture takes about the same time to work as acetaminophen, ibuprofen, and aspirin w/o the side effects!

Willow Bark Tincture
by Marybelle Harris on Aug 24, 2012

The tincture doesn't taste very good, but it is very effective at easing my aches and pains. For me the time for the tincture to take affect is between 10 and 20 minutes.

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