Common Names: White Willow Bark, Willow, Salicin Willow, Dried White Willow Bark, Cortex Salix Alba, Banjula, Basket Willow, Willow Bark Botanical Name: Salix alba Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Bai Liu Pi Bai Liu Pi Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dosage. Bai Liu Pi Precautions: Do not use if nursing or pregnant. Do not take if you are allergic to aspirin (allergic or sensitive to salicylates) or are taking anticoagulant drugs. It is possible to overdose on Bai Liu Pi, symptoms of overdose are possible skin rash, stomach iirritation, nausea, vomiting, kidney inflammation, and ringing in the ears.
Bai Liu Pi Benefits & Information
Referred to today as "nature's asprin", Bai Liu Pi has been used for centuries by both the Chinese and American Indians to relieve pain and lower fevers. Bai Liu Pi supports throat health, promotes normal joint function, eases pain and containes anti-inflammatory properties. Bai Liu Pi Naturally Occurring Components: salicylate glycosides, polyphenols and flavonoids
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