Spikenard Tincture

Aralia racemosa

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You might have noted that Spikenard is listed both as a stimulant and as a cardiovascular system depressant. This is exactly right. If the heart muscle is overexcited, or the electrical signals are misfiring, Spikenard (and its cousin Valerian) will calm and reset the pace. In other circumstances, these two herbs gently stimulate and strengthen while, at the same time, calming irregularities in the pulse and heart rate. Spikenard has been used for generations to relax a very nervous mother as labor begins. Spikenard should be avoided during pregnancy—wonderful for labor but contraindicated before that.

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Spikenard Tincture

Latin Name: Aralia racemosa
Ingredient In: NV
Available In: Tincture, Dry Herb Pack, Essential Oil 
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