Viburnum Opulus Berries and Nectar

cramp bark, Guelder Rose

We export bulk berries in boxes and fruits nectar

viburnumopulus fruit

Fruits/Berries
Bulk Packing: 10 kg, 25 kg plastic box
Origin: Turkey

nectar viburnumopulus

Nectar
Packing: 1 Lt glass bottles
Origin: Turkey

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Detailed Informations
Type: Herbal Extract
Form: Seeds (Fruit) and Nectar
Function: For health care
Packaging: Berries in boxes and Nectar in Glass Bottle
Place of Origin: Turkey
Grade: fruits grade, pharmaceutical grade
Brand Name: Gilaburu Satis
Min.Order Quantity: 20″ Container
Supply Ability: 200/MT per year
Packaging Details (Fruits): 5 kg, 10 kg, 25 kg plastic boxes or depend customers demand

Description
Cramp bark (Viburnum opulus) is native to Europe, northern Africa, and northern Asia. It has been used throughout the world as an ornamental plant. The bark has been traditionally used for cramps, including menstrual cramps and cramping associated with arthritis. Interestingly, an in vitro study found that viopudial isolated from Viburnum opulus had antispasmodic effects on smooth muscle. However, there is currently insufficient available evidence in humans to support the use of cramp bark for any indication.

Synonyms/Common Names/Related Substances:
American guelder-rose, Caprifoliaceae (family), common guelder-rose, cranberry tree, European cranberry bush, guelder rose, pembina, proanthocyanidins, snowball tree, Viburnum opulus L., Viburnum prunifolium L. , viopudial. Garmen Schneeball

The Functions of Products
Used to be an effective antispasmodic that helps to relieve muscle cramps and spasms, menstrual cramps, leg and lower back spasms, and ease convulsions, lockjaw and fits. It is believed to alleviate nervous constipation, hypertension, palpitations, hysteria, debility and other nervous complaints. Its efficacy in cases of hypertension is said to be caused by relaxing peripheral blood vessels, thus lowering high blood pressure.
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