Support Your Body with White Willow
It was back in the 1800s that doctors and researchers managed to extract salicin from White Willow bark and understood its health potential: salicin is the main component for producing aspirin. While aspirin is now produced from chemical sources, white willow still produces its natural substitute.
People have known white willow for centuries for its pain relieving properties and have used its bark for back pain and inflammation. Ancient Egyptians used white willow for their pains and in Ancient Greeks doctors gave people who had fever white willow bark to chew.
If you are looking for a natural source of salicin, you could try white willow. It may help relieve occasional pain, headaches, cramps, and more.
Our White Willow Herb Liquid Extract is an alcohol-free liquid extract that contains white willow bark, catalyst-altered water and natural vegetable glycerin.
- PURE, POTENT INGREDIENTS: All ingredients contain zero fillers, artificial preservatives, colors or flavors, and no added sugar, salt, starch, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, soy, milk, egg, or shellfish.
- GENTLY PROCESSED: White Willow Liquid Extract is non-alcoholic and cold-processed to protect compounds that can be destroyed by heat and alcohol.
- TESTED IN THE USA: Prepared and quality-tested in the US, White Willow Liquid Extract is a clean and effective daily high-dose that can help your body feel better.
- WHOLESALE PRICING: When you purchase from 1Herbs, you are getting pricing directly from the manufacturer.
- SUPERIOR EFFICACY: Liquid supplements are absorbed fast into the bloodstream and are readily available to the body.
As an herbal supplement, take 1-2 droppers of White Willow Liquid Extract daily with a meal. To help you calculate your dosage, 1 dropper is equal to 1/4 teaspoon.
Liquid supplements are easier to swallow and absorb than capsules and tablets. You can add them to water, juice, or food.
- Store in a cool and dry place. Whenever possible, please recycle: it’s a great way to give back to nature.
- Check with your doctor before you take any supplement, especially if you are on medication, oral contraceptives, or if you are pregnant.
- Not to be used with pharmaceutical drugs. White willow interacts with anticoagulants, blood thinners and some anti-inflammatory drugs.
- You should not be taking white willow if you are allergic to salicin or if you suffer from stomach ulcers.
- This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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