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White Willow Bark Extract 15% Powder
- Source of salicin & other salicylates
- Pure herbal extract
- Lab-tested & verified
White Willow (sometimes called Salicin Willow) possesses many health benefits that have kept it prized for thousands of years. White Willow actually contains salacin, a natural chemical believed to act similarly to aspirin.
This extract is not intended to cure any specific illness or disease.
Serving Size & Timing
It is suggested that this supplement be taken in a daily serving size between 400 and 1600mg. This maximum allowance should not be exceeded. This particular blend of extract contains at least 15% salicin.
Supplement FactsServing size: 1600 milligrams
Serving per container: *
Amount Per Serving
|% Daily Value**|
|White Willow Bark 1600 mg||*|
|Salicin 240 mg||*|
** Based on 2,000 calorie diet
Sugar, soy, dairy, yeast, gluten, corn and additives.
As a dietary supplement, take 400mg (1/8 tsp) to 1600mg (scant 1/2 tsp) per day, or as directed by a physician.
|US Standard Measuring Spoons|
INGREDIENTS & FURTHER INFORMATION
WHITE WILLOW SIDE EFFECTS
As long as suggested serving sizes are adhered to, this supplement should be totally safe to take. However, all salicylates are generally known to have possible negative side effects including gastrointestinal bleeding, ulcers, stomach pains, or general gastrointestinal problems. Taking much more than the recommended daily dosage may result in skin rash, inflammation, vomiting, dizziness, nausea and tinnitus.
While not thoroughly researched, White Willow should not be given to children in order to alleviate any pain or fever brought on by conditions such as flu or chickenpox, as it is possible that it could lead to development or Reyes’ Syndrome (a syndrome which is normally brought on by use of aspirin on children). Those that have ulcers, gastrointestinal sores or other problems should avoid this drug as well. Anyone taking medication for blood-thinning purposes should not that White Willow Bark may magnify the effects. For any medication concern at all, it is always best to talk with a doctor before taking this supplement in order to avoid negative drug interactions.
Anyone that has developed sensitivity to aspirin should also avoid this extract. Talk with a doctor if you are unsure whether your own medical condition will have a negative reaction with White Willow before use. Women who are pregnant or nursing should avoid this product due to a lack of information on the matter.
This supplement tastes rather bitter and does not dissolve easily in water. It can, however, be mixed into a tea with some hot water and sweetener to detract from the bad flavor. Natural sources of salicin are more readily absorbed by the body than are synthetic sources such as aspirin. This should be taken into account when determining whether White Willow Bark Extract is right for you. This product should be stored in an area that is free from light, heat and moisture in order to preserve potency of the extract.
As always, Bulk Supplements provides a quality product at an affordable price. Recommend this product and will purchase again.
This WWB has allowed me a natural way to deal with pain and be able to stop taking an Rx for my pain mgmt.*
On 9/13/2016 Mary Ann said...
i have bought this from other places but this by far the best. I bought for my skin and it works great , it dissolves easily and is very effective.*
On 7/20/2016 Dawn said...
Recently purchased this product as a source of salicylate. I like the water soluble nature of this product. The bitter taste can be masked by both non-caloric sweeteners and sugar or honey.*
On 11/7/2015 Dr. Arup Sen said...
Took the extract to relieve a pulled calf muscle. Was very effective in reducing swelling and pain relief.*
On 10/13/2015 Kelvin said...
I have never tried White Willow Bark so I have no comparison but can tell you that product looked fresh and was packaged nicely with sealable bags that keep out the light.
The product has a very acrid taste which was unexpected. I read that you can make a tea so I added hot water and lots of honey. I have only had need to use it once as I wanted to try it for some occasional pain that I get from an enlarged spleen. Since getting the White Willow Bark I have only had the pain once. After drinking the solution it did seem to aid with the pain in a short while.
I am going to look for empty capsules and encapsulate the powder before using again. If you find it hard to stomach bitter taste, I would recommend the powder in capsules, which is how I will order next time.
As for the company, the customer service is good, product arrived expediently and product looked great.*
On 7/9/2015 Doran R. said...
I am waiting on both my hips to be replaced. The pain relief from the Bark extract is amazing. A quarter teaspoon in the morning, and it gave me all day mobility. It kept the Arthritis away and made the day, much more enjoyable to experience.*
On 7/5/2015 jim said...
I have not taken this internally so I have no idea how it works that way.
I make my own skin products and great skin care starts with a clean face. I use a toner in my AM routine as my AM routine does not entail washing my face, but rather using the toner. The following is the recipe that I use. It may not work for everyone, but it does work for me.
> 8 oz of distilled water (you do not want minerals in your skin care products)
> 2 oz of witch hazel astringent, U.S.P. w/ 14% alcohol (plain jane stuff found at big box stores)
> 1/8 teaspoon Willow Bark Extract
1. Mix the water and the witch hazel together in the container where you are planning on storing the toner.
2. Take a few ounces of mixture and put in a shot glass or something similar, add Willow Bark Extract and stir well.
3. Put shot glass content back into the rest of the water witch hazel container.
WILL BE BROWN IN COLOR.
Always shake container well before using.
Swipe over face to remove grim and other impurities.
Your face SHOULD be dry feeling.
You would follow the toner up with your homemade, fresh, non-oxidized, Vitamin C/MSM/ hyaluronic acid and Vitamin E serum (Bulk supplements has these ingredients).
The Bulk supplements willow bark extract mixes well and seems to be stronger than the other extract I had been getting. Using only 1/8 teaspoon of this a month, makes this an incredible value.
On 3/5/2015 Carol said...
As I hoped, was able to use larger amounts than synthetic aspirin, with almost no ulcer type affects. Taste pretty bad, so either get some gel capsoles or man up, and just do it. Very good quality of material and packing, and worth the price.*
On 1/7/2015 Bill said...
Regarding the product itself: I'm taking it to treat an immune system imbalance, and it will be awhile before I know if it acheives its desired effects. The taste is truly ghastly! However, I can say that I'm delighted to have found Bulk Supplements where I can obtain pure products at such reasonable prices. I've placed several orders now and all have arrived rapidly and in good condiion. *
On 10/16/2014 Elizabeth Kushigian said...
This product works great for aches and pains. I did not have any issues such as stomach pain that comes along with many prescription drugs. Only downside is that the powder melts down fairly easily so you will have to keep in a cool dry environment for adequate shelf life*
On 9/21/2014 Luke said...
I am so happy to have found bulksupplements.com. They speak the truth when they say their prices can't be beat and customer service is excellent. I have ordered twice with them and both experiences have been great -- both with the Hyaularonic Acid and the White Willow Bark extract. Shipping is quick too!. Their products are packed well to preserve freshness. I will definitely buy from them again. *
On 8/10/2014 D Ballings said...
*NOTE: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
**DISCLAIMER: There is no guarantee of specific results and results can vary.