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Traditionally this sacred bark was used by Native Americans. This bark promotes bowel movement, stimulates digestion, reduces liver congestion, stimulated appetite, promotes urination, and resolves toxicosis. Best is used sporadically with a combination of healthy diet and exercise. It is contraindicated with colitis and other acute conditions that cause inflammation. Cascara bard should be used with caution during pregnancy and large dosages should not be used with any deficiency conditions.
Holmes, Peter. The Energetics of Western Herbs. 1993. p. 204-5.
Moore, M. Herbal tinctures in Clinical Practice. Southwest School of Botanical Medicine.1996. p. 25.
Atonic colon with mucus in feces, difficult defecation, but without inflammation or fissures.
Constipation, chronic atonic; or dry feces with tenesmus.
Moore, M. Specific Indications for Herbs in General Use. Southwest School of Botanical Medicine. 1997. p. 38.