Butternut Bark - 2 oz.
Occasional Constipation*Butternut bark, having been used since the 1800s as a gentle laxative and to eliminate parasites, is native to the Midwestern and northeastern United States. Native Americans extracted the oil from the kernels to use like butter. Today, Butternut is used not only as a laxative but also as liver support.
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Butternut bark (Juglands cinerea bark) Anise (Pimpinella anisum seed) Senna (Cassia spp. leaf) Organic alcohol-water extract
Shake before using. Sediment does not alter quality.
DOSE: 1 to 8 droppers or 1/8 to 1 tsp 2 times per day in warm water. Increase as necessary. Do not use if pregnant or if the seal is broken. If taking prescription drugs, inform health practitioner before use. Long term use can create dependency. Keep away from children. Store in a cool dark place.