Pure White Pine Bark Extract Tincture
Pure White Pine Bark Extract Tincture, is available in 2 oz, 4 oz, 8 oz, and 16 oz, amber glass bottles. Pure Pine Bark Extract Tincture has very low prices especially for an pure herb. Our Pure Pine Bark Extract Tincture is grown, processed and packaged at our farm. All extracts are Pure with no Fillers, Trans Fats, Starch, Salt, Dairy, Wheat, Corn, Soy, Preservatives, or Artificial Colors, just Pure Pine Bark Extract Tincture. Pine Bark Tincture is most often taken as a dietary supplement. Tinctures are concentrated, liquid forms of herbal supplement that are easy to assimilate.
Tincture Ingredients: Pure White Pine Bark in Kosher USP Vegetable Glycerin, Distilled Water, Distilled White Vinegar, and Alcohol – A powerful Antioxidant.
Benefits of White Pine Bark Extract Tincture:
Historically White Pine Bark was ground into flour and used by Native Americans to make bread. Some tribes used the inner bark and sap as a poultice or dressing for wounds and sores. White Pine Bark increases circulation and has a slight “warming” effect. It carries away toxins, increasing secretion of fluids, and loosens phlegm. It is used to treat a stuffy, not runny nose, and helps make coughing and sneezing productive, which will clear air passages. It is an excellent expectorant, helping to reduce mucus secretions and works to stimulate mucus elimination. White Pine Bark is also a very powerful antioxidant. Topically a paste made from Pine Bark can be made into a poultice to treat wounds, or may help with headaches. Used in a combination with uva ursi (bearberry), marshmallow, and poplar bark, it is used as a treatment for diabetes. White Pine Bark (Pinus Strobus) may be used for the following:
Strengthens Urinary Tract
To strengthen bladder and kidneys
Native Americans Ate Pine Bark and included the inner bark of pines and other trees as an important part of their diet. Early foreign explorers of North America recorded finding acres of trees stripped of bark for food by the local inhabitants. Easily obtainable in large quantities all year round, storable, and very nutritious, at least one famous tribe is well documented as making bark an important part of their diet. There are no known side effects for White Pine Bark. Check for allergic reaction which might include a skin rash, headache, or nausea. Source: Home Remedy Central
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Pure White Pine Bark Extract Tincture Shelf Life
If stored in a cool, dry, place it’s best used by 1-2 years. FREEZING is NOT recommended.
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