Latin Name: Quercus alba
Encapsulated Inner bark of the White Oak tree, carefully peeled in small sections from wild trees so no serious damage to the tree occurs.
Usage: White Oak Bark was used extensively by the American Indians and early American settlers because of it’s astringent qualities. Teas were taken internally and used as body washes.*
Recommended Daily Dosage: Take one to two capsules twice daily with water at mealtimes or prepared as a tea.
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