Cramp Bark - 56 grams
Cramp bark is a medium-sized shrub that can reach heights of 10 to 15 feet. It produces clusters of white flowers in the spring, which are followed by red berries in the fall. The bark of the shrub is grayish-brown and is the part used for its medicinal properties.
- An infusion can be made by pouring a cup (200 ml) of boiling water over 1-2 tsp of Cramp Bark. Allow it to soak for 5 to 10 minutes. After this time strain the beverage and drink. You can add some honey or stevia powder if desired. More usages of the product fitted to your individual needs can be found in the professional literature and on trusted websites.
- Feminine Energy and Empowerment: Given its historical use for menstrual cramp relief, cramp bark could be incorporated into rituals or practices celebrating feminine energy or empowerment. It may symbolize the strength and resilience associated with the feminine aspect of spirituality.