Wild Cherry Bark, Cut

Herbs: Wild Cherry Bark - Cut, Organic

Common Names: Wild cherry, black cherry, choke cherry, Virginia prune bark, rum cherry

Latin Name: Prunus serotina
Origin: USA

Wild Cherry Bark has expectorant and mild sedative properties. It has also been used to ease pain in the early stages of labor. Wild Cherry Bark is not recommended for long term use.

Excerpts from Practical Herbalism

Comfrey Root Tinctures and Wild Cherry Bark Tinctures are extremely complimentary aids to the respiratory system.

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wild or reg cherries
by Karen on Mar 14, 2015

Wild cherries have a lot of b-17 , I am sure they would be much better to use than reg cherries.

The recipe :)
by Rachel on Aug 8, 2013

I was wondering if you had an actual recipe for this cough syrup? Just rough estimates would be good enough for me :)

    Re: The recipe :)
    by Bulk Herb Store on Aug 9, 2013

    5 cups wild cherries
    2 cups water
    4 cups food grade glycerin or white sugar
    1 cup dried mullein
    1 cup dried ginger
    1 glass jar and lid

    place wild cherries in a cooking pot; add just enough water so cherries don't burn.
    Add either glycerin or sugar.

    Stir and let immerse for 20 min.
    Add ginger and mullein; stir. Let simmer 20 min.

    Turn off heat and add wild cherry bark. Let sit for 2 to 3 hours.

    Strain herbs; put finished syrup in a clean glass jar, label and store in fridge.

    NOTE: Quantities listed are not fixed; adjust to your taste.

by Michelle on Mar 30, 2013

Hi, I was wondering if you could use raw honey for this instead of sugar for this?

    Re: Honey?
    by Bulk Herb Store on Apr 30, 2013

    It's best to use the sugar because it is an important part of fermenting. Thanks!

Great idea!
by Dana on Sep 2, 2012

I would love to make this wine, but I don't have access to the cherries. (the season has passed here) Can your recipe be made with only the cherry bark?

    Re: Great idea!
    by Bulk Herb Store on Jan 24, 2013

    You can actually use blueberries as a substitute for the cherries in the recipe, but, as soon as the cherries are available then those would be best! Blueberries will not make as potent of a wine as the wild cherries will but they will work ok.

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