Bear Root n' Honey
Wildharvested Ligusticum porteri, or osha, also known as "bear root” is infused with Galveston Island raw honey.
There has not been much clinical research as of yet, however osha root has been a long-standing folk remedy for herbalists of many generations.
Indigenous tribes have observed bears eating osha in order to renew their energy when they are sick or weak from hibernation. Osha has antibacterial, antimicrobial & antiviral properties.* "The plant possesses strong antiviral properties, and should be used at the first minimal signs of flu or cold.* It is extremely good for sore throats and bronchial inflammations and can help soothe and anesthetize almost immediately.* The tea, powdered root, or tincture is antibacterial and excellent on skin wounds to prevent infection.* Osha is also excellent for stomach indigestion"(1)*
"Osha is a plant of the west, the "looks within place." It is an herb for warriors for those who must go into darkness and face their own demons. ...For people who are trying to develop their own warrior strength and for those who fight the darkness within. Osha goes to the root of the matter. It is a plant that helps those who are going through destructuring. It understands the stripping away process necessary to deep transformation. If is for those who struggle to learn the "Truce of the Bear." Much of the energy of osha is bear energy."(2)
(1-2) Buhner, Stephen Harrod, Sacred Plant Medicine - Explorations in the Practice of Indigenous Herbalism
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.