Also known as guelder rose, highbush cranberry, or snowball tree, cramp bark is a flowering, fruit-bearing plant native to Europe. Drying the bark is an ancient practice, and has been used to relax muscles and ease spasms, particularly those associated with PMS.
Organic wild yam rhizome
This dark green, viny plant-rich is rich in naturally occurring plant-powered diosgenin, a chemical with biological similarity to estrogen. Wild yam's chemical closeness to estrogen has been recognized as a treatment for menopause and PMS discomfort for centuries.
Organic yarrow herb
Yarrow is a soft, flowering plant commonly used for its anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Known to ease feelings of anxiety, yarrow root extract is present in Menstrual Magic to balance mood and internal inflammation.
An herb in the mint family, Motherwort can positively affect stress levels, reproductive, and heart functions. Relieve tension with each full dropper.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product does not intend to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease. If you’re pregnant, breastfeeding, or on any medications, please consult with a qualified health professional before beginning any new herbal products.
Cautions: Not for use in pregnancy unless otherwise directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Ingredients + Benefits
Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
Wooden Spoon Herbs is a small-batch herbal apothecary. Rather than tap into the booming global herb trade, where herbs are imported from myriad countries and travel countless miles, these products are thoughtfully made with American-grown herbs, sourced directly from the farmers that grow them.
Wooden Spoon Herbs offers plant medicines in every approachable incarnation - tinctures, salves, creams, sprays, syrups - and strive to bring you high vibrations in every package.
Wooden Spoon Herbs aims to inspire and empower their community to take self-care into their own hands in a very real and connected way. Seasonal medicine, staying close to their roots, and utilizing the bounty of their bioregion are at the forefront of their creations.