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Wild Cherry Bark Syrup
Supports healthy respiratory
Supports healthy immunity
Supports free, easy breathing
Old Indian Wild Cherry Bark Syrup
is a combination of some of the finest botanicals used
in North American and Chinese herbalism to support the
respiratory system. The formulation offers soothing,
demulcent herbs in conjunction with botanicals traditionally
used to strengthen the lungs. The care that goes into
its preparation provides you with a comprehensive seasonal
Indian Wild Cherry Bark Syrup is the best cough
syrup for the whole family. In a natural way, Old
Indian Wild Cherry Bark Syrup soothes your throat,
stops your coughing and helps clear your lungs.
Once you experience Old
Indian Wild Cherry Bark Syrup, you'll always want to
have it in your home's herbal supplement cabinet. This delicious
syrup combines a cold infusion of wild cherry bark, a decoction
of other roots, barks and seeds, and a hot infusion of leaves
and flowers. The result: a formulation that preserves the
essential oils and concentrated herbal extracts.
When you try Planetary Herbals
Old Indian Wild Cherry Bark Syrup,
you'll experience the difference made by the personal touch
and traditional care that go into each step of its creation.
The ingredients in Old
Indian Wild Cherry Bark Syrup reflect the botanical
experience of traditional cultures in North America and Asia.
Soothing wild cherry bark
is well-known for respiratory support in winter. It is combined
with additional North American classic herbs such as elecampane,
horehound, hyssop, and mullein.
Traditional botanicals from
Chinese herbalism include loquat leaf, fritillaria, and platycodon.
Echinacea, North America's renowned wintertime treasure, is
added to support internal defenses. No ephedra is used. This
makes Old Indian Wild Cherry Bark Syrup
suitable for the entire family.
Most of the herbs in Old
Indian Wild Cherry Bark Syrup are custom wildcrafted in different
parts of North America by experienced herbalists. The syrup
is made by a multi-step extraction process, which ensures
that the most valuable components of each herb are fully extracted
into the syrup base. This extraction process is designed to
capture the essence of each botanical.
Indian Wild Cherry Bark Syrup was formulated by renowned
herbalist Michael Tierra, L.Ac, O.M.D.
Supplement Facts for Old
Indian Wild Cherry Bark Syrup
Serving Size: 1 Tablespoon (approx. 15 mL)
|Proprietary Extract Blend:
Yerba Santa Leaf, Osha Root, Elecampane Root, Elecampane
Flower, Grindelia Bud, Echinacea purpurea
Root, Black Cherry Bark, Horehound Leaf, Hyssop
Aerial Parts, Platycodon Root, Marshmallow Root,
Apricot Seed, Mullein Leaf, Licorice Root, Stinging
Nettle Leaf, White Pine Bark, Angelica Root, Loquat
Leaf, and Zhejiang Fritillary Bulb.
Other Ingredients: honey, grain alcohol (25-30%
by volume), and purified water.
Warning: Do not use if you are pregnant, may become
pregnant, or breastfeeding.
Product contains honey; do not use if you are allergic to
Not for use by children under 1 year of age.
Do not use if either tamper-evident seal is broken or
Keep out of the reach of children.
Suggested Use: Take every 2 hours as needed: Adults:
1 Tablespoon (approx. 15 mL)
. Do not exceed 4 doses in a 24 hour period.
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This product is not intended to diagnose, cure, prevent or treat
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