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Great for women. Bark is a relaxing sedative used to relieve cramps and spasms, like uterine and menstrual. Used to help prevent miscarriage, internal bleeding and heart palpitations. Might constipate a bit, good to take with mild laxative herb or plant. Acidic red berries can be eaten in small quantities, toxic when unripe. Safer to cook ripe berries. Don’t take tea for more than 3 days at a time.White 5 petal flowers- big ones circle around cluster of tiny ones. Leaves look like maple leaves, opposite on stem.
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Herbalists also recommend drinking teas containing the following three times a day: cinnamon, cramp bark, ginger, ginseng, lemon balm, lady's mantle, motherwort, vervain, and winter cherry.
Herbalists also recommend drinking teas containing the following three times a day ( cinnamon, cramp bark, ginger, ginseng, lemon balm, lady's mantle, motherwort, vervain, and winter cherry.
Herbs ranging from dandelion and greater celandine to cramp bark and heartsease can alleviate many of the problems people often take to their doctors.
Herbs such as Scullcap and Cramp bark will help to relax bowel muscle and using Slippery elm powders daily will help to regulate the bowel.