Wild Cherry Bark (1 oz)
The uses for cherry bark were mainly for lung disorders. The bark of the cherry tree is used as an anti-tussive and anti-asthma. The tea from its bark was used to treat coughs and to expel mucus from the lungs. Ancient peoples used the bark of the cherry tree to treat a wide variety of ailments. Cherokees used it to ease the pains of childbirth, the Mohegans treated dysentery with it and the Meskwakis used it as a sedative.