White Willow Bark Extract Capsules
Our White Willow Bark Extract Capsules are one of the best natural anti-inflammatories, and White Willow Bark is widely used for temporarily relieving minor aches, pains, and headaches.
This product is extremely convenient, since just 1 capsule contains a highly concentrated dose of 500 mg of 15% Salicin White Willow Bark Extract. Therefore, each capsule contains 75 mg of the active alkaloid Salicin.
White Willow, which has the scientific name Salix Alba, is a tree native to Europe and Asia. The bark of the White Willow has been used since ancient times in Europe, China, and the Middle East as a traditional medicine, and there are written accounts from Greek and Roman physicians from 2,000-3,000 years ago describing the pain and fever reducing properties of White Willow Bark.
Notably, White Willow Bark is commonly referred to as nature’s Aspirin, since a scientist at Bayer Pharmaceuticals derived Aspirin from White Willow Bark in 1899. That being said, Aspirin is not derived directly from White Willow Bark, but rather Aspirin is the result of Salicin, the active alkaloid in White Willow Bark, being put through several chemical reactions.
Even though White Willow Bark and Aspirin have a different molecular structure, since the former is natural and the latter is synthetic, the properties of White Willow Bark are roughly similar to Aspirin, and White Willow Bark is widely used as a natural anti-inflammatory and fever reducer.
Overall, White Willow Bark is one of the best anti-inflammatory herbal allies, and it is a must-have for any serious ethnobotanical collection.
On a final note, these White Willow Bark Extract Capsules have been lab tested to ensure that they are 100% pure and do not contain any contaminants or adulterants, and the highest standards were used when processing this product, so you can be confident that these White Willow Bark Extract Capsules are the highest quality.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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