Quality Herbs in powder form. NO added ingredients, 100% Vegan.
With our Wild Crafted or Organic herbs you will get a full spectrum herbal experience in an easy to take capsule form. Each capsule is hand packed in a sterile environment from the highest quality herbs you come to expect from us.
Each Capsule Package is 30 capsules
Choose from either 500 mg capsules, 1000 mg capsules or a 2oz Powder to suit your individual needs
Oregon Grape root has lots of benefits. It is anti-microbial, anti-fungal and antioxidant. It has been used for things like prostate, blood cleansing, kidney health, liver health, and gallbladder health. Its primary chemical constituent is berberine, which is bitter in taste. This also makes it great for digestion and helps assist the body in absorption of fats and oils. It is also used in cases of chronic constipation.
Do not use in cases of emaciation or weak digestion, Do not use while pregnant.
Organic Oregon Grape (Mahonia Aquifolium) powder, Vegetarian Capsule (made from Methylcellulose, which is plant derived and also preservative free)
We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.
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A: Hi Caitlin, you could do that however it has a taste similar to aspirin and might not be too palatable, I wouldn't add it to foods, but you could definitely add it to smoothies or directly in hot water to make a tea if you wish. I hope this helps!