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Prickly Ash Bark

Prickly Ash Bark
Prickly Ash Bark
Item #: 415

Size: 2 oz
Single Price: $14.95 $11.96

Prickly Ash Bark, Fluid Extract
Zanthoxylum Clava-Berculis

About the Plant: The prickly ash can grow to 25 feet high. In the spring the tree bears small, fragrant, yellow-green flowers before the leaves appear. These are followed by round, red berries. The berries are gathered in the late summer. The bark is stripped from the stems and gathered in the spring.

Uses: Native American Indians chewed prickly ash bark for toothache. Traditionally, it has also been used for rheumatism and circulatory problems. Today, herbalists use prickly ash bark as a stimulant for the central nervous system and general circulation. It is also used to improve digestion and treat colic and stomach cramps.

Edgar Cayce Health Care Philosophy: Edgar Cayce recommended prickly ash bark as a digestive aid and stimulant to the hepatic system. It was also frequently recommended in formulas for tooth and gum care. Prickly ash bark was mentioned in 111 readings between 1920 and 1944. Prickly ash bark utilization peaked in 1922 and decreased markedly thereafter.
... The Prickly Ash Bark acts directly with the activative forces in the liver itself, in the gall duct, and as a stimulant to the pancreas and spleen's activity.
... The prickly ash bark is for the blood supply, as acted upon in the emunctory forces of the liver itself, proper.
... The Prickly Ash Bark is for the lacteal ducts and their activity in dissemination throughout the system.

Supplement Facts: Serving size: 1/4-1/2 ml (approx. 7-14 drops); 90 servings per container.
Prickly Ash Bark Fluid Extract (1:1)

Suggested Use: 1/4-1/2ml in a small amount of water three times daily.

Other Ingredients: USP Purified Water, Vegetable Glycerin, 12-15% Alcohol.

*Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.