Cedar Bear® White Willow Bark

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Cedar Bear® White Willow Bark (1 fl oz)

White Willow bark is used by Native American tribes and in Europe and Asia for many centuries. Native to North America, northern Asia, and Africa.

White Willow Bark provides general, temporary relief for minor aches and pains and specifically helps reduce lower back discomfort. White Willow Bark helps reduce tension related headache, joint discomfort, and female menstrual related discomfort. It also helps cool the body and is soothing to stomach tissues.

Cedar Bear’s White Willow Bark is gentle on the body and slower acting than the synthesized stuff, but its benefits are longer lasting, so you will get your best benefits from using Willow daily for a couple of weeks. 

It’s not just the herb that makes White Willow Bark so effective at soothing those minor aches and pains of life. White Willow Bark Single Herb by Cedar Bear® is made with Cedar Bear’s special proprietary process called the TincTract®. It’s more than a tincture, and more than an extract, and works better than either! Cedar Bear’s alcohol-free TincTract® process makes the herbs both bio-available and bio-utilizable, so every drop goes right to work supporting your health and well-being. Best of all, the TincTract® process not only makes herbs work better, but they taste better, too! 

Like all Cedar Bear® herbsWhite Willow Bark TincTract® is totally alcohol-free. It has only three things in it, the herb, glycerin, and water. Nothing else!

Take it from Hippocrates and use this remedy of the ancients to give you mild, temporary relief with Cedar Bear’s TincTract® of White Willow Bark!


White Willow Bark (Salix alba)

OTHER INGREDIENTS: USP Grade Vegetable Glycerin, Purified Water

Suggested Use

Take 0.5mL (10 drops) 1 to 3 times a day, or as needed. Shake well.

Precautions: Consult your healthcare provider if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition. White Willow Bark has properties that may act to thin blood, so stop taking willow a couple of weeks before scheduled surgery.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.