Birch Bark herb is also called cherry birch, sweet birch, and white birch. Birch is a native tree to cold, northerly climates of Europe. The oil in birch tea purifies the blood, relieve rheumatism pain, and expel worms.
Buckthorn Bark is often recommended as a laxative, especially in case of temporary constipation. The plant helps clean toxins from the body. The Buckthorn is a shrub native to Europe, Western Asia, and the Middle East.
Cat's Claw is a vine with hook-like thorns that resemble the claws of a cat. Native to the Amazon and Central American rainforests, Cat’s Claw Bark has been used for centuries by South Americans as a remedy for inflammatory conditions like arthritis and gastritis.
Catuaba is a medium-sized tree found in the Amazon forests of northern Brazil and traditionally has been used for as an aphrodisiac, increases women and men’s libido. It is recognized as one of the strongest natural aphrodisiac that do not cause side effects.
The term cramp bark is related to the properties of the bark's ability to reduce smooth muscle tightness. It is called cramp bark as relieving this type of muscle tightness is most often associated with relieving women's menstrual (period) cramps. However, this can also be used during pregnancy for cramps or pain and general muscle cramping