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Cramp Bark - 1 Oz.

Was: $15.00
Now: $8.25
UPC:
90700000448
We bring you Cramp Bark - 1 oz., an all-natural premium Herb Extract by leading maker Herb Pharm.

POTENCY

Dry herb / menstruum ratio: 1 : 5

Extraction rate 140 mg of herb per 0.7 ml

DESCRIPTION

Herb Pharm prepares their Cramp Bark Extract from the bark of Viburnum opulus trees which are sustainably wildcrafted in their natural wild habitat.

To assure optimal extraction of Cramp Bark's bioactive compounds, the bark is hand-harvested in the spring or fall, is carefully shade-dried, and is then thoroughly extracted.

SUGGESTED USE

Shake Well Before Using.

Add 1 full squeeze of the dropper bulb to 2 oz. of water or juice, 2 to 5 times per day.

Best taken between meals.

CAUTIONS

Keep Out of the Reach of Children.

Volume: 1 fl. oz.

These herbal remedies are made with certified organically grown plants. Those looking for the most natural treatments will love this collection of herbs. They can help with pains from allergies to sore muscles to thyroid problems. Or, you can give yourself a boost with herbal supplements to help your body reach a healthy balance.

Herb Pharm was started by a few scrappy idealist" who believed they could cultivate health from the land without robbing it, and future generations along with it. They looked into ancient healing traditions and then sought to improve upon them.

By using technology and proven clinical practices in tandem with nature, and not in domination of it, Herb Pharm's founders challenged themselves to find a better path to health. What they started with was a holistic mandate, not a commercial one. They are still small enough that Herb Pharm makes each batch by hand, but large enough to have the latest in manufacturing and testing technology. Healthy people and planet has always been Herb..."
Ingredient Rating:
BETTER
Ingredients:
Certified organic cane alcohol, distilled water, certified organic vegetable glycerin & Cramp Bark extractives. Non-GMO & Gluten-Free
Hours of Hope:
6 hours