A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Wild Cherry Bark Remedies

Other Names: Wild Cherry Bark, Black Cherry, Black Choke, Choke Cherry, Caban Cherry, Prunus Serotina
Traditional Usages: Diarrhea, Sore Throat, Abscesses, Cough, Arthritis, Gout, Dry Coughs, Hemorrhoids, Jaundice
Resources: North America, Europe,
Parts Used: Bark, Root, Branches
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding. Use under Medical Supervision.

Wild Cherry Bark - Herbal  remedy for Cough: Take a supplement made of wild cherry bark to sooth coughing. Wild cherry bark can be found at your local health food store as a tincture, in extract form or as a cough syrup. To make a tea add two grams of extract in 200 millilitres water and boil for fifteen minutes. Divide into three parts and drink three times daily for two days.

Wild Cherry Bark - Herbal  remedy for Pneumonia: Wild cherry bark can treat symptoms associated with bronchitis and pneumonia. Add 10 drops of wild cherry bark tincture in half a glass of water and drink once daily.
Health Warning: Before taking wild cherry to help treat your bronchitis or pneumonia, talk with your doctor.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies


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