Skullcap Flowering riel (Scutellaria laterifolia.) by Nature's Apothecary
Skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) is a perennial herb that belongs to the mint family. Native to North America and cultivated in Europe, various species of Skullcap have a long history of use in Chinese, European and American Indian traditional herbal medicine. During the eighteenth century it was referred to as ‘mad-dog weed’ due to its use as a treatment for rabies. Skullcap has been used in the past primarily as a calmative and a digestive aid, and is known for its calming effects. In addition, Skullcap supports healthy liver function, which assists the body in detoxification.
Shake Well. As a dietary supplement, take 1 dropperful (1 mL) 1 - 3X daily. Measure in dropper and put in mouth, water, juice or mix with warm water to make a tea.
Keep out of reach of children.
Other Ingredients: De-ionized Water, 45% (1:2) Grain Alcohol (USP Grade).
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