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Traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine as an analgesic to relieve pain and an antispasmodic to reduce muscle cramps.
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A consciously created plant-active blend of California Poppy, Willow Bark, Cramp Bark and Devil’s Claw.
Analgesic: Willow Bark, California Poppy and Devil’s Claw are traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine as an analgesic to relieve pain.
Antispasmodic: Cramp Bark is traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine as an antispasmodic to reduce muscle tension, cramps and stiffness.
Muscle health: Cramp Bark is traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to support muscle health.
Mild arthritis relief: Devil’s Claw is traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to relieve mild joint aches and pains, and symptoms of mild arthritis.
General health and wellbeing: California Poppy, Willow Bark, Cramp Bark and Devil’s Claw are traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to support general health and wellbeing.
Take one capsule three times daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Each capsule contains:
Eschscholzia californica (California Poppy) herb top ext. dry conc. 33.33 mg.
Derived from dry 500 mg.
Viburnum opulus (Cramp Bark) stem bark ext. dry conc. 166.67 mg.
Derived from dry 666.67 mg.
Salix alba (Willow Bark) stem bark ext. dry conc. 64.52 mg.
Derived from dry 1 g.
Harpagophytum procumbens (Devil’s Claw) root ext. dry conc. stand. 31.25 mg.
Derived from min. dry 1.5 g.
Equiv. harpagoside 3 mg.
No added gluten, dairy, lactose, soy, egg, artificial colours or artificial flavours. Vegan friendly.
Also contains the following excipients:
We use a small amount of silicon dioxide as a flowing agent, so the dry herbs don’t clump together, and you get a consistent dose. Although silica is one of the most naturally abundant mineral on Earth, we need to use a synthethised version in medicine manufacturing to guarantee purity.
If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.
Cramp Bark sourced from Germany.
California Poppy, Willow Bark and Devil’s Claw sourced from China.
Native to Europe, Asia and North America, and now grown throughout the world, this tall, fast-growth, deciduous tree is also recognised as Brittle Willow or simply Willow.
The name, White Willow, derives from the white tone to the undersides of the leaves. It is also a dioecious, meaning there are both male and female trees.
Traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to:
The use of willow bark dates to the time of Hippocrates
Native to Southern Africa and now grown throughout the world, this leafy, perennial plant owes its ominous common name from the fruit’s tiny hook-like projections. It is believed that the hook-like structures are an adaptation to the plant to enable to cling to animals and birds to encourage seed distribution.
Devil’s Claw is a member of the sesame family. This flowering plant has secondary roots, called tubers, that grow out of the main roots. The roots and tubers contain several plant-active compounds and is used for medicinal purpose.
Traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine as an analgesic to relieve pain and to:
Devil’s Claw was introduced to Europe in the early 1900s, where the dried roots have been used to reduce pain.
Native to the United States and the state flower of California, the California Poppy is now widely introduced throughout the world. This showy perennial cup-shaped flower comes in brilliant shades of red, orange and yellow and is also referred to as Golden Poppy, California Sunlight or Cup of Gold.
The California Poppy is a member of the Papaveraceae family, cousin to the infamous opium poppy, but far less potent.
The botanical name Eschscholzia, commemorates Johann Friedrich Eschscholt, where it was first discovered by his friend Adelbert von Chamisso, a naturalist on a scientific expedition to California in 1810. On seeing hillsides apparently on fire with the covering of poppies, Adelbert named the genus in honour of his close friend Johann Friedrich Eschscholtz, a botanist as well as the expedition’s physician.
Traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine as:
California Poppy was first introduced to Europe as an ornamental. It began to be used as a medicine in the last century.
Native to Europe and United States this deciduous, tall, flowering shrub with red berries and clusters of white flowers is now grown worldwide. Due to its widespread availability across the globe, it is also referred to as Guelder Rose, Highbush Cranberry and Snowball Tree.
As the common name suggests, Cramp Bark is used traditionally in Western Herbal Medicine to help relieve muscle cramps and tension, including muscle spasms.
Traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine as:
Native Americans would eat the berries of the viburnum plant and other parts of the plant were smoked as an alternative to tobacco.
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