Wild Chery Bark Organic
Wild cherry is used for colds, whooping cough, bronchitis, and other lung problems; diarrhea; gout; digestive disorders; pain; and cancer. It is also used in cough syrups because of its sedative, expectorant, drying, and cough-suppressing effects.
Use: (a) Stimulating astringent, (b) Tonifying expectorant, (c) Quiets nervous irritability.
Wild cherry is an astringent tonic to the respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts with sedative actions on the nervous and circulatory systems. It is used as a nutritive tonic in pleurisy, pneumonia, whooping cough, nervous cough, acute inflammatory conditions and febrile diseases. It is useful in all irritations of mucous membranes in pulmonary, urinary and gastrointestinal tracts and indicated for chronic bronchitis, chronic diarrhea and coughs of a general nature.
Wild cherry quiets nervous irritability associated with the heart also. In Chinese medicine, it is indicated when there is "heart fire blazing," consisting of palpitations, thirst, sores in the mouth and tongue, mental restlessness, agitation, feverishness, insomnia, rapid pulse, hot and dark urine and the swollen yellow-coated tongue has a red tip.