Bear Root, Powder, 16 oz (Ligisticum porteri)
Wild Harvested

Bear Root, Powder, 16 oz (Ligisticum porteri)

$86.00
  • Item Number: 296AP16

Feel And Breathe Better Fast!

  • Immediate respiratory support
  • Supports healthy lung function
  • Soothes throat & sinus

When you need more than Echinacea & Goldenseal, look no further than this potent root. Osha is the powerful alternative for immediate respiratory and immune system support. It supports healthy lung function and promotes clear breathing.

Osha is a native herb of the Southwest. It’s used both ceremonially and medicinally by various Native American groups, including the Zuni, the Yuki, and the Chiricahua.

COMMON NAMES: Bear Root, Chuchupate, Chuchupati, Colorado Cough Root, Osha Root.

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Common use:

Immediate respiratory support; immune system support; promotes healthy lungs and bronchial passages; supports and soothes the throat & sinus; seasonal sensitivity support.

Suggested directions:

To prepare as an “instant tea”: Pour 1 cup of boiling water over ¼ to ½ teaspoonful of powder. Drink 1-2 cups of tea daily. If desired add honey and/or lemon to suit taste. NOT TO BE USED DURING PREGNANCY.

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$86.00
  • Item Number: 296AP16

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