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Common Names: Barberry Root Bark, Barberries, Jaundice Berry, Pepperidge Bush, Sowberry, European Barberry Botanical Name:Berberis vulgaris Chinese / Pin Yin Name: None Barberry Root Bark Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Barberry Root Bark Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.
Barberry Root Bark Benefits & Information
Barberry Root has been used for centuries and a medicinal herb. Native Americans used Barberry root bark to treat a variety of ailments and ancient Egyptians used powdered barberry bark in combination with organic herbs such as fennel seed as an inoculation against disease. Barberry root bark benefits cardiovascular health, supports skin health, boots the immune system, may promote healthy blood pressure, may benefit heathy cholesterol levels, supports the body's natural response to inflammation, and supports healthy digestion. Barberry root bark has antifungal and analgesic properties Barberry Root Bark Naturally Occurring Components: berberine, oxycontin, palmatine, bervulcine, berbamine, columbamine, jatrorrhizine, coptisine, berbamine, alkaloids, chelidonic acid, citric acid, malic acid, resin, tannin, pectin, mucilage
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