Spasm Calm - Herbal Antispasmodic (2oz Tincture) - Dr Morse's Cellular Botanicals

Ingredients

  • Wild Lettuce Herb
  • Passion Flower Herb
  • St. John’s Wort Herb & Flowers
  • Lobelia Herb
  • Rue (whole)
  • Wild Yam Root
  • Skullcap Herb
  • Valerian Root
  • Wood Betony Herb
  • Cramp Bark
  • Catnip (whole)
  • Cayenne Pepper Fruit 

All Herbs in our Formulas are Organic, Wildcrafted, or Consciously Cultivated

30-40% Alcohol and Distilled Water

SYSTEMIC ACTIONS:
Alterative, analgesic, anodyne, antibacterial, antibilious, anticatarrhal, antidepressant, antifungal, anti-emetic, anticonvulsive, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, antirheumatic, antispasmodic, antitumor, antiviral, aperient, astringent, bitter, blood purifier, carminative, cathartic, cholagogue, decongestant, diaphoretic, diuretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, hepatic, hypnotic, hypotensive, laxative, nervine, parasiticide, relaxant, stimulant, sedative (mild), stomachic.
 
TRADITIONAL & HISTORICAL USAGE:

Neuro-muscular spasms, PMS and menstruation pain (check thyroid), angina (chest pain), convulsions, MS, Parkinson’s, spinal cord injuries (see notes), vascular spasms, leg cramps, asthmatic attacks, pain, epilepsy, myocardial infarction (heart attack), headaches and migraines, nervous tension.
 
SUGGESTED USAGE:

General: 1 to 2 droppers 3 to 6 times a day.

Acute: 1 full dropper every 2 to 4 hours.

ADD TO A LITTLE WATER OR JUICE.
 
CAUTIONS & CONTRAINDICATIONS:

None known.
 
NOTE: If you have an under-active thyroid, you may also have a calcium utilization problem. This can cause cramping and spasms throughout the body.
 
NOTE: See Basal Temperature Study in the General Section of the “Getting Healthy Workbook” or “The Detox Miracle Sourcebook” (pp.174-181) by Dr. Robert Morse.
 
NOTE: Use this formula in spastic lung conditions e.g. C.O.P.D., emphysema, and asthma to relax the lungs and allow proper expectoration.
 
NOTE: Use as you would an inhaler.
 
NOTE: Will not interfere with Dilantin and can be used on a regular basis for convulsions. Getting the body healthy can correct these types of problems

Expiration Date:  Powders and loose teas should be refrigerated after opening for longest freshness and potency.  Tinctures and capsules do not need to be refrigerated but should be stored in a cool, dark location (out of direct light).  This will ensure longest freshness and potency.  Date reflected on the bottom of the bottle is the standard “expiration” date.  If stored properly these products will last far beyond the recommended expiration date.

Disclaimer: These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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