White Oak Bark Cut

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White Oak Bark Cut

White Oak Bark is right up there in the class of powerful astringents, which includes Shepherd’s Purse, Witch Hazel, and Cranesbill. Like those herbs, White Oak Bark acts to tighten tissues and reduce excess fluids, secretions, and discharges.

White Oak Bark is a time-honored Native American remedy. In fact, several groups including the Iroquois, the Penobscots, and the Menominees utilized all parts of the White Oak tree in their traditional medicines. Current uses in Western herbalism mirror some of those applications, namely, to soothe gastrointestinal distress and promote venous health.

Key Benefits

  • Reduces excess fluids
  • Helps tighten tissues
  • Soothes gastrointestinal discomfort


White Oak Bark*

*All our bulk herbs are either organic or wild crafted

*All our bulk herbs are handled in a facility that also processes tree nuts

Category: Medicinal

These herbs are so named because they are medicine and should be respected as such. God gave herbs to be used as medicine, so it is important to use wisdom in taking them. Each medicinal herb usually targets a specific gland, organ, or body system. They are stronger, which is why it is recommended to use lower dosages for short periods of time.

Suggested Use

With medicinal herbs, it is important to start slow and increase gradually. Begin with 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon in food, drinks, smoothies, or tea, and then evaluate to see how the body is doing. Increase in small increments of 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon if the body is responding well until the desired response is achieved. It is recommended that these types of herbs be used at low dosages for a short period of time. For management of stress, hormone balance, or nutrition, focus on the adaptogenic and nutritive herbs.

Also Known As

Hu, White Tanner’s Bark

Precautions: As always, consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, primarily if you are pregnant, nursing, or consuming any pharmaceutical medications.

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