Wild Cherry Bark and Wild Cherry Bark Extract.
- Basic Info of Black Cherry or Prunus serotina.
- Plant Description and Part Introduction.
- Cherry Tree Classfication.
- Phytochemicals and Constituents of Cherry Bark.
- Common Uses and applications of Wild Cherry Bark.
- Mechanisms and Pharmacology of Cherry Bark.
- Common Uses of Wild Cherry Parts.
- History and Legend of Cherry Tree.
- History of Cherry:Buddhism and Symbols of virginity.
- Suggestions And Administration.
- Research Update:Prunus serotina,Cherry Bark,Cherry Fruit.
Applications and Properties:
Coughs including irritating coughs,bronchitis,whooping cough.Chronic coughs.Respiratory Combinations.
Anxiety and Stress.Antioxidant.
Condition the Hair.Digestive Benefit.
Diaphoretic and Toxin Expel.
Mild sedative.Night Calm.Immune System Support.
Soil Treatment or Pesticidal compositions.
Sedative and alleviate nervous dyspepsia.
Tonify and Strengthening body functions.
Internal Uses.External Uses.
Topical Applications: Inflammation.Eyewash for inflammation.A decoction of the inner bark has been used in the treatment of laryngitis.
Excellent sedative in cardiac palpitation.
Culinary uses: Fruit of Prunus avium (the common cherry readily available in stores) as well as wild cherry is eaten plain, added to pies, jams, juice, liqueurs and wine.
Green dye from cherry leaves and cherry fruit.
Fruit Stalk: The fruit stalks are astringent, diuretic and tonic. A decoction is used in the treatment of cystitis, oedema, bronchial complaints, looseness of the bowels and anaemia.
Native Americans were the first to discover its healthful qualities, using Wild Cherry Bark to treat diarrhea and pulmonary complaints. Some used Wild Cherry Bark in tea form to ease labor pains. Later, European settlers used Wild Cherry Bark in cough syrups and as a poultice for abscesses and ulcers. Wild Cherry Bark is still used as a cough suppressant, especially in cases of bronchitis, whooping cough, and asthma. It contains prussic acid, which is known to calm the nerves associated with the coughing reflex. Wild Cherry Bark has been used in several cough suppressant formulas, often combined with Coltsfoot and Horehound to combat whooping cough, and with Meadowsweet and Marshmallow Root to fight dyspepsia. It is also used to sooth the after effects of allergy attacks. Wild Cherry Bark also has antioxidant properties, and is being investigated as a possible support agent in fighting cancer and the pain associated therewith. Wild Cherry bark has also been used, in combination with Sarsaparilla, as a blood purifier.
Dosage:as a dietary supplement, take 1-2 mls up to 3X daily.Period: Not for long-term use; do not exceed recommended dose of 2.0-4.0 grams
Safety and Toxicity:
Cautions and Warnings:Prunasin is a cyanogenetic glycoside also known as Laetrile or vitamin B15. It is toxic in high doses. It is also found in many fruit seed and bitter almonds.
Side Effects:Wild cherry bark preparations can cause sedation, especially if recommended dosage is exceeded.
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