Cascara Sagrada Specifications:
- Comes with a .15 CC scoop
- Other ingredients: Maltodextrin
Other Names For Cascara Sagrada:
Cascara, Rhamnus Purshiana, California Buckthorn, Sacred Bark, Chittum Bark, Chitticum, Bitter Bark, Bearberry, Persian Bark
Ray Peat on Emodin which is one of the main ingredients of Cascara Sagrada:
“Emodin has an opposing effect, increasing the metabolic rate. It increases mitochondrial oxygen consumption and ATP synthesis, while decreasing oxidative damage.”
Origins of Cascara Sagrada:
Cascara Sagrada is Spanish for “sacred bark” and was used for centuries by Native Americans. Cascara contains compounds called anthraquinones. Cascara is an extract from the dried, aged bark of Rhamnus Purshiana, a species of buckthorn tree or shrub native to North America. When the Spanish conquerors came along, they were introduced to Cascara Sagrada and gave it one of its common names – “Sacred bark” because of its incredible effectiveness.
- Not for use in pregnancy or lactation. The safety of Cascara Sagrada has not been studied in pregnant and lactating women.
- You should not use this Cascara Sagrada with intestinal obstruction, abdominal pain, inflammatory condition of the intestines, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, diverticulitis, appendicitis, without first consulting a trained physician.
- Not recommended for children. Please consult a trained physician for further guidance.
- For occasional use only.
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