Cramp Bark Cut, Wildcrafted, 1/2 lb.(CRB-2)
The Cramp Bark bush has large clusters of white flowers that produce bright red berries which can be eaten in moderation. Its bark is collected in the fall, and is oftentimes used for women's issues.
Cramp Bark has been prized for its anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, nervine, hypotensive, astringent, and emmenagogue properties. It has been used as a sedative because of its muscle-relaxing compound called viopudial, and may help support a healthy and balanced cycle and female hormones.
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