BOTANICAL SAFETY INFORMATION
Soothing and relaxing to muscles. Can be used whenever desired or as prevention.
Use 5 - 15 drops, 1 - 2 dropperfuls, or as much as a teaspoon at a time. Dose frequency could be 1 - 3 times or several times a day as desired. Generally best to use large, frequent doses in acute situations. Sometimes, when used in advance, results are better. When more comfort is achieved or the situation is less severe, doses can be smaller and less frequent.
Do not use herbal products to replace necessary care by a qualified physician.
Cramp Bark, Viburnum opulus, wild crafted
Safe to consume when used appropriately.
Chamomile Flower, Matricaria recutita, organic
Avoid if allergic to members of the Asteraceae family (composites). Avoid with blood thinning medication. Co-administration of iron-fortified bread and Chamomile flower tea reduced absorption of the iron by 47%. Highly concentrated hot tea is noted as emetic. One authority advises against daily use.
Ginger Root, Zingiber officinale, organic
Avoid with active gallstone disease. Avoid with blood thinning medication. May potentiate anti-platelet medication. Large doses may cause gastrointestinal disturbance. Excessive doses of preparations made from fresh Ginger root have been reported to cause dry mouth, sore throat, nosebleeds, and kidney inflammation.
Angelica Root, Angelica archangelica, organic
Avid during pregnancy. Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight.
Avoid during pregnancy.
Squaw Vine Herb, Mitchella repens, wild crafted
During pregnancy, use the tea or liquid extract only during the last 4 - 6 weeks of the pregnancy. Standard dose is 2 cups of tea daily, or 20 - 30 drops of liquid extract in a cup of Raspberry leaf tea (or water) twice a day.