Wild Cherry Bark for Colds

We love cherry trees for their beautiful blossoms and delicious fruit, but did you know that even the bark of a wild cherry tree has many health benefits? Wild cherry tree bark used to be a common ingredient with cough and cold medicines up until the 1940’s. The bark is an efficient expectorant and cough-suppressing agent. It helps clear your lungs and helps fight against bronchitis, emphysema, asthma, cold and flu congestion. The bark is also used as an anti-inflammatory remedy due to its ability to reduce muscle pain that is caused by strain and swelling as well as helping women ease menstrual cramps. [1]

Wild Cherry Bark is available as supplements and as a tea. Next time you’re feeling a cold coming on, grab yourself some wild cherry bark to ease those respiratory problems.

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Dr. Kim


Photo | Cherry Tree | by Andrew Taylor | Used under a Creative Commons Attribution License

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