Wild Cherry

Botanical name: Prunus avium 
Common name: Wild Cherry
Part used: Bark

Well known for easing throat and chest tickles.

Calms and gently encourage night-time relaxation for rest and recovery. Powerful antitussive action to calm coughs.

  • Cough suppressant by cyanogenic glycosides
  • Astringent (drying) on the respiratory system
  •  Gastrointestinal upset (diarrhea)
  • Immune system support
  • Acts help bronchial and lung function, support easy breathing, and calm a tight chest.
  • It helps to soothe and settle tight bronchial function from repeated night-time chest agitation.
  • Commonly used to help ease restlessness and encourage sleep alongside helping with repeated chest agitation. Helping sleep and tickly chests.
  • Some of bioactive in Wild cherry are an array of very effective antioxidants including chlorogenic acid, quercetin, and kaempferol. Helping protect and provide optimal lung health.
  • Wild cherry’s Latin botanical name is Prunus Serotina. Which means Large North American wild cherry with round black sour fruit.

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