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Willow Bark Remedy

Other Names: White Willow Bark, White Willow, European Willow, Weeping Willow, Black Willow, Pussywillow, American WillowBanjula, Bed Sada, Bai Liu, Salix Alba
Traditional Usages: Arthritis, Kidney Disease, Frozen Shoulder, Bunions, Eases Inflammation in the Joints and Tendons, Febrile Diseases of Rheumatic or Gouty Origin, Dyspepsia, Against Parasitic Worms, Reduce Fevers, Dandruff, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Headaches, Neuralgia, Stop Vomiting, Stops the heat of Lust in man and woman, Clean the skin from spots and discolourings, AntiRheumatic, Antiseptic, Mild painkiller, Rheumatic Fever, Lumbago, Sciatica,
Resources: Asia, Britain, Europe, Africa, North America
Parts Used: Bark, Leaves
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding


Willow Bark - Herbal  remedy for Teeth Clenching: Willow Bark is a European deciduous tree with a long history of medicinal use. The bark is used for fever, rheumatism, headaches and arthritis. Willow bark also reduces inflammation in your teeth and gums. It corrects alignment problems with teeth thus preventing teeth clenching. Infuse one teaspoon of dried willow bark in a cup of hot water for 10-minutes. Strain and drink at bedtime.
Health Warning: Do not combine willow bark with other pain relievers or anti-inflammatory medicines.

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