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Cramp Bark Liquid Herb Extract

Cramp Bark

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Cramp bark may be helpful with period pains, headaches, spasmodic pain. Cramp bark has a richly deserved reputation for relaxing muscular tension and spasm, it has two primary areas of use: cramps of the voluntary muscles and uterine muscle problems. Cramp bark is perhaps most thought of as a women’s herb for helping with painful menstruation, but it is worth noting that there are lots of other traditional uses that show it has a general effect on spasm and tension elsewhere in the body. For example, Cramp bark has been historically used for migraine, asthma, biliary colic (from gall stones), renal colic (from kidney stones), and numerous different kinds of indigestion or bowel disturbances where cramp is the key feature. Laboratory studies showed that Cramp bark has relaxing effects on isolated uterine tissue. Extracts of Cramp bark were found to have inhibitory effects on the enzymes elastase, trypsin, and angiotensin in test tube studies (Jonadet M et al: Pharma Acta Helv 1989, 64(3):94-96).

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Product Code: cra2. Dimensions: N/A

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Cramp bark may be helpful with period pains, headaches, spasmodic pain. Cramp bark has a richly deserved reputation for relaxing muscular tension and spasm, it has two primary areas of use: cramps of the voluntary muscles and uterine muscle problems. Cramp bark is perhaps most thought of as a women’s herb for helping with painful menstruation, but it is worth noting that there are lots of other traditional uses that show it has a general effect on spasm and tension elsewhere in the body. For example, Cramp bark has been historically used for migraine, asthma, biliary colic (from gall stones), renal colic (from kidney stones), and numerous different kinds of indigestion or bowel disturbances where cramp is the key feature. Laboratory studies showed that Cramp bark has relaxing effects on isolated uterine tissue. Extracts of Cramp bark were found to have inhibitory effects on the enzymes elastase, trypsin, and angiotensin in test tube studies (Jonadet M et al: Pharma Acta Helv 1989, 64(3):94-96).

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