Devil's Shoe String was used by various Native American tribes such as the Cherokee and Catawba for a wide variety of purposes. It's most notably used today to promote intestinal cleansing and as a mild stimulant tonic.
DID YOU KNOW: The herb reportedly got its name from its hard, tough root stocks?
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.
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|PHC Lot Number||Product Name||Botanical Name||Country of Origin|
|18137OR||Devil's Shoe Str.||virginiana||United States|
|16320OR||Devil's Shoe String||Tephrosia virginiana||United States|
|16238OR||Devil's Shoe String||Tephrosia virginiana||United States|
|15342OR||Devil's Shoe String||Tephrosia virginiana||United States|
|10224OR||Devil's Shoe String||Tephrosia virginiana||USA|
|10042OR||Devil's Shoe String||Tephrosia virginiana||USA|
|EL050206||Devil's Shoe String||Tephrosia virginiana||USA|
|EL102103||Devil's Shoe String||Tephrosia virginiana||USA|
|OR032497||Devil's Shoe String||Tephrosia virginiana|