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Native to the central and eastern United States, Viburnum prunifolium is a large deciduous tree with a fruit called hawthorn. For hundreds of years, Native Americans have used plants that benefit their health. Today, black hawthorn is often cultivated as a garden shrub due to its reddish-pink foliage color.

 

The bark of black hawthorn can be infused into a tea or ground into an extract.Brown sugar is a deciduous tree belonging to the honeysuckle family. It is native to North America and grows along humid forests, thickets and coasts. The red berries ripen in August and slowly turn blue as the winter passes. Blackberries, also called nannybush, are edible and can be eaten in the bush or in jams or preserves. The root bark is harvested in the fall. Stem bark in spring and summer. Much knowledge about black hawthorn is documented in the 1854 medical and herbal book, Kings American Dispensatory.

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*NOTE: The information above has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. It is for educational purposes only. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Due to FDA regulations, Herbastat is unable to provide dosage information or any medical advice. Please consult with a licensed healthcare professional for more information.

Black haw tree bark c/s

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  • Each herb is packaged in food-grade, sturdy, thick Blue bags. These are fantastic for storing herbs, and helps keep them fresh!

     

     

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