Wildcrafted Osha Root Liquid Extract, 2 oz.


Currently taking preorders at discounted price. Expected to arrive by March 15th. 

Wildcrafted Osha Root liquid extract, 2 oz bottle. 
Tie Da Yin Chen (Osha Root); Ligusticum Porteri

Supports healthy upper respiratory tract.* 

Also known as Mountain Lovage, Bear root, Colorado cough root, Chuchupate, Wild Celery root, and Indian Parsley. 

Native American medicine called Mato tapejuta by Lakota tribe. The tradition of the Lakota was to decoct the roots and seeds of the Osha plant and ingest for poor circulation, fevers, bronchitis and cramp. The smoke of the burning root was also inhaled for headache and sinus infection relief.*

Information provided by WebMD on Osha root

Native American and Hispanic cultures have a long history of using Osha root to support healthy respiratory function and to help with a variety of ailments, particularly of the lungs and heart. *

Additionally, some studies suggest that the antiviral properties of Osha root might be able to inhibit the flu virus (West and Jackson 2004).*

Osha root is native to the Rocky Mountains, southwestern USA into northern Mexico, and also Western Canada.

Osha gets one of its names, "bear root", from the noted affinity Since bears have a natural affinity for the root of the Osha plant, it has been referred to as "Bear root." The Navajo credit the bear for teaching them the medicinal value of the Osha root plant. 

Osha Roots are often dried in the sun, and although the large roots can take up to a few days to dry, Osha root contains powerful oils that prohibit bacteria, mold, and mildew growth. Because of the presence of these oils, Osha roots can be properly stored for years without deterioration. 


*FDA Disclaimer: This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent any disease. 

DO NOT USE if pregnant or nursing. Keep out of the reach of children. 


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