Herb Pharm, Red Root, 1 fl oz (29.6 ml)
By Herb Pharm11 Reviews
0.25 lbs (0.11 kg)
- Product Code: HBP-00033
- UPC Code: 090700000332
- Package Quantity: 1 fl oz (29.6 ml)
- Dimensions: 1.2 x 1.2 x 4 in, 0.15 lbs (0.07 kg)
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- Cleanse & Detoxify
- Herbal Supplement
We prepare our Red Root Extract from the whole roots of Ceanothus americanus plants which are Sustainably Wildcrafted in their natural wild habitat.
To assure optimal extraction of Red Root's bioactive compounds, the roots are hand-harvested only in autumn or winter, are carefully shade-dried, and are then thoroughly extracted.
Shake Well Before Using
Take up to 40 drops in 2 oz. of water or juice, two or three times per day. Best take between meals.
Distilled water, certified organic alcohol (32-37%), vegetable glycerin & red root extractives. Gluten Free.
Dry herb / menstruum ratio: 1:4
Keep out of the reach of children.
Store away from heat & light.
iHerb Customer Reviews
I am using this because my lymph nodes were swollen round the clock trying to fight lyme. It is also anti inflammatory for both liver and spleen. After a few days on this herbal tincture, my lymph node swelling has gone down and the pain of the swollen lymph nodes has also disappeared. I continue to take this tincture as I am fighting a 3 yr battle with lyme. This is recommended by Buhner in his book, Healing Lyme, and I would have to say it works remarkably well!!!
I recently had a likely mastocytosis attack, with intense pain and flutter in the spleen area. I used Histame and a pharmaceutical H2 blocker, and they cleared the stomach/ brain symptoms. I had to do something to calm down the spleen and the autoimmune attack, and decided to try red root after an iherb search. I usually respond quickly to medicines (herbal or others). After only three days, the spleen calmed down, the immune system calmed down! Red root was at first a strange taste, but already on the second day I developed a liking for its taste; a good sign. Some herbs can do wonders for us, and red root is promising, so far.