White Willow Bark C/S, Conventional, 1/2 lb.(WWBC-2)
White Willow Bark is harvested from the willow tree in the spring when the bark is yet young. White Willow Bark is commonly referred to as "nature's aspirin".
This calming herb is rich in anti-inflammatory properties, and is mainly composed of salicin which affects the body much like aspirin. White willow bark is not considered safe for use by pregnant women.
Common Name: White willow
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.
Elderberry Herb Syrup
1/2 c. Echinacea
1/4 c. Wild Cherry bark
1/4 c. White Willow bark
1/4 c. Licorice
1/4 c. Eleuthero Root
1/2 c. Astragulas
1 c. Apple Cider Vinegar
3 c. Glycerine
4 c. water
4 c. Elderberries
1/2 c. Honey
1. Cook Elderberries, herbs, glycerine, and water in crock post on low for 8 hours.
2. Strain and press warm syrup mixture and then let cool.
3. Dissolve honey in venegar, and then mix it in the syrup.
4. Label and store in dark spot away from heat.
Tip: We like to take 1 Tablespoon every 2 to 4 hours whenever we need an extra boost.