Oregon Grape Root, Wildcrafted
Oregon Grape Root, Wildcrafted
Oregon Grape Root, Wildcrafted

Oregon Grape Root, Wildcrafted

Mahonia aquifolium
Regular price$33.00
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  • United States
  • Wild Crafted and Caffeine free

Oregon grape (Mahonia aquifolium) is a colorful flowering shrub found in western North America's mountains. Similarly to goldenseal, it contains the chemical constituent known as berberine, making it an excellent substitute. Sustainably wild-harvested, the plant has rich golden-hued roots and root bark that can even be used as a yellow dye.

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Herbs are legally sold by the ounce but often we get asked how many cups are in a bag.

This herb has an approximate average of 7 cups per pound.

Oregon grape has rich golden-hued roots and root bark that can even be used as a yellow dye. However, its bitterness prevents it from being brewed into a tea - so it's best tinctured instead! Fibrous and with a less-than-remarkable odor, Oregon grape root is ideal for topical antiseptic skin care products and digestive support tinctures.*

Store in an airtight container away from temperature extremes and sunlight.

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Do not use during pregnancy. One of the chemicals in Oregon grape, berberine, may cross the placenta and might cause harm to the pre-born baby. It can also be transferred to the infant through breast milk. Brain damage (kernicterus) has been reported in newborn infants exposed to berberine. Infants, especially those with jaundice, should also not use oregon grape root for this same reason. Oregon grape may lower blood sugar and may cause blood sugar to become too low in people who are also taking antidiabetes medications. Please consult your doctor regarding your medication levels and oregon grape root. Oregon grape can lower blood pressure. Oregon grape might increase the risk of blood pressure becoming too low in people who already have low blood pressure. Please consult your doctor regarding your medication levels and oregon grape root. As with any herbs and medications, please consult your doctor before taking the herbs to make sure your particular medication does not have contrindications.

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*These reviews are the opinions and experiences of individual customers and should not be taken as medical advice. These reviews are the opinions and experiences of individual customers and should not be taken as medical advice. See full disclaimer here.