Devil's Club root bark

 

Devil's Club, Oplopanax horridum aka Ginseng family

Air-dried root bark and recumbant stem.  2014 harvest August/early September. 

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Devil's Club root bark ready to use
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Devil's club root bark being prepared

Devil's club root bark and recumbent stem.  Oplopanax horridum, [araliaceae] Found growing and harvested by our family in Cascade Mountain range (around 3000’ elevation) where the air is pollution-free and no pesticide or chemical fertilizer has ever touched the soil. Optimal harvest time for Devil's Club Root occurs in late October through early March when the roots contain the highest level of medicinal constituents.
The plants have large leaves (similar to Maple leaves) and very prickly stems. Height of the plants ranged from about 1 foot to 5 feet tall. The root is dug and the bark is peeled off the root with a knife, then snipped into little pieces. Very time consuming work. If you would like your treatment prepared with real Devil's Club root bark, it is important to have the real thing.
The devil's club root bark is believed to be a powerful herbal healing plant 
 
 

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Devil's club root bark, air dried, 2014
 1oz 11.00  

 Some of the plants have red berries sprouting out of the top of the leaf, apple cider vinegar is added. This  hair tonic  it is good for dandruff, or other scalp conditions.

Common joint pain treatment as well as;

  • inflammation
  • Arthritis
  • Restless Leg Syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Muscular aches and pains
  • Stiff neck
  • repeat action pain sydrome
  • diabetic sores
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    Helpful  problem skin conditions; we suggest adding additional herbs;

    • Eczema
    • Minor cuts and burns
    • Diaper rash
    • Insect bites
    • Poison ivy or sumac
    • Psoriasis


    • ointment
    • salve
    • pain rub 
    • pet balm
     

    Devil's club root bark ointment sale
     2 x1oz $19.70 glass jars  

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