White Willow tree grows north to Nova Scotia and south to Georgia over the eastern portion of North America. A large tree with rough gray bark and slender, graceful branches that produce tiny, yellow flowers in April and May followed by thin, green leaves. The bark is easily separable through the summer, and is the part that is used medicinally. Researchers believe that the chemical salicin, found in willow bark, is responsible for these effects. However, studies show several other components of willow bark, including plant chemicals called polyphenols and flavonoids, have antioxidant, fever-reducing, antiseptic, and immune-boosting properties.
|Brand||PURE NUTRIENTS LIFE|
|Size||1 LB, 5 LB, 10 LB, 20 LB|
|# of serving||DEPEND ON SIZE|
|Test Free||May test if high dose|
|Drugs Swap||May test for Acetylsalicylic-acid if used at high dose|
|Return Policy||10 DAYS|