Old Indian Wild Cherry Bark Syrup™

16 oz bottle

Retail Price: $35.50


Our Price: $19.95 (Save 44%)

16 oz bottle
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Why You’ll Love It

Planetary Herbals Old Indian Wild Cherry Bark Syrup™ is a combination of some of the finest botanicals in North America and China traditionally used for supporting the respiratory system. North American classics such as elecampane, horehound, hyssop, and mullein are combined with loquat leaf, fritillaria, and platycodon from Chinese herbalism. In addition, other herbs, including North America's renowned wintertime treasure, echinacea, are added to support internal defenses. The syrup is specially prepared from both fresh and dry herbs, utilizing a multi-step extraction process designed to capture the essence of each botanical. The quality of this formulation, together with the care that goes into its preparation, provides you with a comprehensive seasonal health supplement.
SKU: 021078107484

About This Brand

Planetary Herbals have been developed by expert herbalists, focusing predominantly on the thousands of years of experience of Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese herbalism, the hundreds of years of experience of Western herbal practitioners, and the more than 30 years of clinical experience of professional herbalists such as Michael Tierra, Lesley Tierra, Jill Stansbury, and Alan Tillotson. Planetary Herbals offers the best of classic herbal traditions, integrating herbal formulas used continuously for literally hundreds of thousands of years, with the latest finding of clinical pharmacological research. The Planetary Herbals philosophy encompasses much more than herbal magic bullets. Each product is designed to promote health, not just make people feel better. Our Full Spectrum™ singles are designed to provide the best in single ingredient products; each formula is skillfully blended according to traditional and modern principles. Integral to this philosophy is attention to...
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Ingredients

Yerba Santa Leaf, Osha Root, Elecampane Root, Elecampane Flower, Grindelia Bud, Echinacea purpurea Root, Black Cherry Bark, Horehound Leaf, Hyssop Aerial Parts, Platycodon Root, Marshmallow Root, Apricot Seed, Mullein Leaf, Licorice Root, Stinging Nettle Leaf, White Pine Bark, Angelica Root, Loquat Leaf, and Zhejiang Fritillary Bulb. Other ingredients: Honey, grain alcohol (25% by volume), and purified water.


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Calories 50

% Daily Value*

Reviews For Old Indian Wild Cherry Bark Syrup™

Based on 2 Reviews

Love the stuff!

We always have this on hand in the winter...is the best cough medicine we have ever used!

- Anne

Best natural syrup

It tastes really yucky, but if you are sick with a cough and you take a tablespoon every couple of hours you will amazingly get well in a day. Well, that's what happened to me. Best I've ever found.

- Tiffany Page

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