DiscoverSometimes something good comes from something not so good…
A tree with brutal barbs also has beautiful berries that offer traditional circulatory support! The circulatory benefits of hawthorn berries are well-studied.
- Provides antioxidant properties
- Traditionally used to support the circulatory system
How It Works
How It WorksWe get our hawthorn berries from a trusted partner in Albania. There, local residents harvest by hand on the hillsides around their town in certified collecting areas. They gather berries in the mornings on clear days and dry them naturally in the sun. With fair pricing agreements in place, harvesters are able to provide for their families.
Our berries are non-GMO certified and Halal-certified and do not contain any of the eight common allergens.
Also called the May tree or thorn apple, the hawthorn tree grows all over North America and much of Europe. If you’ve ever seen or felt the puncture of its long barbs, you know exactly why it’s a cousin of the rose plant. Red hawthorn berries are nearly the size of a cherry, and their taste is both sweet and sour.
Hawthorn berries have been used in traditional medicine for nearly 2,000 years. Native Americans used them for heart and stomach issues and as a food source. In the 1800s, US medical practitioners employed these berries for circulatory and respiratory health concerns.
Active IngredientsHawthorn berries.
How to Use
How to UseDirections
Take 15–20 drops.