Buckthorn (Frangula alnus L.) is a small shrub native to Europe, Western Asia, and the Middle East. Occurs in the undergrowth of various forest communities, from dry coniferous forests to various mixed and deciduous forests. The herbal raw material is bark.
Buckthorn was used by the ancient Greeks for protection from demons, poisons, and witches. Buckthorn Bark provides a bright yellow-red dye that has been used for centuries to colour textiles.
How To Use Buckthorn Bark Health Embassy
Steep 1-3 tsp of Buckthorn Bark in 250 ml of boiling water for 5-10 minutes. After this time strain the mixture and drink. You can also drink it cold with the addition of some sweetener if desired.
2 tsp of Buckthorn Bark pour 200 ml of water. Bring to a boil and simmer for 5-8 minutes. Set aside to infuse for half an hour, then strain. Drink 4 x 50 ml during the day.
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