Wooden Spoon Herbs
Release tension and melt away headaches with these herbs that turn off tightness in your head, neck and shoulders.
Ingredients: Organic Skullcap herb extract, Organic California poppy herb extract, Organic Feverfew herb extract, Organic Heartsease herb extract, Organic English lavender flower extract, Organic Cane Alcohol, Water.
Cautions: Not for use in pregnancy unless otherwise directed by your healthcare practitioner.
How to use: Take 1.75 ml with included measuring dropper up to 4 times daily. Add a dropperful to still or sparkling water, juice, tea, smoothies, or any beverage to relieve tension.
Skullcap tones and supports the nervous system over time. A calming nervine, skullcap can help release pent-up emotions, soothe muscle tightness and spasms, and bring you peace in moments of high intensity.
California poppy is a mild poppy that gently calms the nervous system to promote relaxation and quiet overactive minds. This soft flower - we are talking puppy ears soft - is native to the Western United States.
Feverfew is a traditional tension-releasing herb. This member of the daisy family offers an intense bitterness is at once awakening and clarifying, helping us to identify the source of our discomfort.
Founder Lauren Haynes has always found nourishment in nature. Lauren grew up obsessed with the natural world in Chattanooga, Tennessee. After absorbing all the back-to-the-land folk wisdom she could find, Lauren dug into the books at Appalachian Center for Natural Health. For three years she studied everything herbalism, from cellular biology to energetic flower essences to folk healing to clinical studies, anatomy, physiology, and phytochemistry. Lauren seeded Wooden Spoon Herbs in her Tennessee kitchen, and sprouted it at an Appalachian mountain farmers’ market stall. Today, Lauren's goal is to make earth-grown, time-tested herbal formulas accessible—for the health of ourselves and our planet.
**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
This was my first time to try a tincture for head pain, and it was a gentle way to ease the pressure.
I either took it with water or added to small amount of my electrolyte drink. Nice to have options for head pressure from tension or for myself, sinuses.