Nature's Way White Oak Bark Capsules, 480mg (100-Count)

Nature's Way White Oak Bark Capsules, 480mg (100-Count)

White Oak Bark 100 CapsuleProduct DescriptionWhite Oak Bark was used extensively by Native Americans and early settlers because of its astringent qualities. White Oak Bark is carefully peeled in small sections from wild trees, which are not harmed in the process.
Suggested Use As a dietary supplement take 2 capsules twice daily, preferably with food - Or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Supplement FactsServing Size: 2 CapsulesAmount Per Serving% Daily Value***Total CarbohydrateCalcium30 mg3%White Oak (bark)960 mg
***Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Other Ingredients: Gelatin (capsule)
Warnings: Keep out of reach of children. As with all dietary supplements, consult your healthcare professional before use. See product label for more information.

  • White Oak Bark was used extensively by Native Americans and early settlers because of its astringent qualities.
  • White Oak Bark is carefully peeled in small sections from wild trees, which are not harmed in the process.
  • The key substances in White Oak Bark are tannin and quercin
$11.51

White Oak Bark 100 CapsuleProduct DescriptionWhite Oak Bark was used extensively by Native Americans and early settlers because of its astringent qualities. White Oak Bark is carefully peeled in small sections from wild trees, which are not harmed in the process.
Suggested Use As a dietary supplement take 2 capsules twice daily, preferably with food - Or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Supplement FactsServing Size: 2 CapsulesAmount Per Serving% Daily Value***Total CarbohydrateCalcium30 mg3%White Oak (bark)960 mg
***Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Other Ingredients: Gelatin (capsule)
Warnings: Keep out of reach of children. As with all dietary supplements, consult your healthcare professional before use. See product label for more information.

  • White Oak Bark was used extensively by Native Americans and early settlers because of its astringent qualities.
  • White Oak Bark is carefully peeled in small sections from wild trees, which are not harmed in the process.
  • The key substances in White Oak Bark are tannin and quercin