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BAYBERRY
Candle Berry, Wax Myrtle, Wax Berry

(Myrica Cerifera)


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  • Bayberry Herbal Description
  • Bayberry Uses, Health Benefits & Scientific Evidence
  • Bayberry Dosage Information
  • Bayberry Safety, Cautions & Interactions
  • Bayberry Supplements & Products




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    BAYBERRY HERBAL DESCRIPTION

    AN AROMATIC EVERGREEN

    Bayberry (Myrica cerifera / Myrica pensylvanica) is also known as Myrica, Candle Berry or Candleberry, Wild Cinnamon, Southern Bayberry, Southern Wax Myrtle, Wax Berry or Waxberry, Wax Myrtle, Vegetable Tallow, and Tallow Shrub. Bayberry is not to be confused with Barberry, a totally different plant.

    Bayberry is native to the USA but widely cultivated in Europe and the British Isles. In the Southeast USA, it matures into an evergreen tree that reaches to about 35 feet. In the North the tree grows a bit smaller. Around the Great Lakes, the tree rarely grows taller than 3 feet.

    Bayberry trees grow near swamps and marshes, in sandy soil, or pine barrens. Bayberry produces a narrow glossy aromatic leaf, small yellow flowers in long, thin, indeterminate inflorescence of tiny and petal-less flowers. Waxy berries that contain numerous black seeds have a crust of usable greenish white wax. This wax helps keep the seeds suitable for germination for up to three years. Grayish bark, waxy branches and the leaves produce a fragrant smell when crushed. The leaves release an intense, pleasant fragrance when rubbed, and are a safe, good insect repellent for dogs.

    The early American colonists found the Bayberry tree growing throughout the East, but they used it in candle making due to the wonderful fragrance of the leaves. They preferred Bayberry to make fragrant candles rather than using it as medicines.

    European settlers in North America believed that Bayberry plants had many medicinal benefits. In 1737 there was an account that summarized that Bayberry was good for the common cold.





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    BAYBERRY USES, HEALTH BENEFITS. & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    MEDICINAL USES

    Bayberry root constituents are Alpha-pinene, ascorbic acid, beta-carotene, betulin, calcium, chromium, cobalt, fiber, gallic acid, magnesium, manganese, myricitrin, niacin, phenolic acid, tannins and tannic acid. Dried root bark and sometimes just the root are used for medicinal purposes.

    For hundreds of years, the Choctaw Indians used Bayberry. They boiled the leaves and drank the decoction as a treatment for fever. Later, Louisiana settlers drank Bayberry wax in hot water as a cure for dysentery. By the 19th century, herbalists recommended Bayberry bark tea for colds, flu, other infectious diseases, diarrhea, and fever. This herb has tonic, stimulant, and astringent properties.

    Taken in large doses, this herb has an emetic (vomiting) effect. Bayberry is used to improve circulation, promote perspiration, boost the immune system, and ward off infections. The dried bark in an infusion, can be used to treat colds, flu, fever, coughs, sore throats, and can also be used to treat excess vaginal discharge.

    Bayberry helps reduce symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and mucous colitis. This herb is used to increase circulation, promote sweating, and help prevent bacterial infections. Bayberry can also be used topically to treat skin infections, skin disease, and ulcers.

    BAYBERRY MAGICKAL RITUAL USES

    The bayberry tree is said to impart good luck and prosperity to the house next to which it is planted. Sprinkle in your home to attract blessings. A magnetic oil worn by men. Many rituals involving good luck have revolved around the bayberry tree. For instance, it is thought that if you burn a bayberry candle on New Years Eve you will have good luck the following year, or if you carry a piece of the bark or berries around in a small satchel, or a dry leaf in your wallet, it will attract money.

    Bayberry is a Money Attraction oil. Anoint your wrists daily to attract money and blessings. Anoint a Bayberry Candle and let it burn to the bottom to attract money. Write how much money you need (do not get greedy) on parchment paper, use white paper, black ink, and place it under the candle before you light it. When you are finished burning the candle, take the paper and throw it out anywhere outside of your home. Bayberry oil is often available as a fragrance or esssence oil, a blend of natural and synthetic oils. It is difficult to find it a pure essential oil.



    ESSENTIAL OILS vs FRAGRANCE OILS

    Fragrance oils and genuine Essential oils have many similarities but they also differ in fundamental ways.

    Genuine essential oils are pure distillations of a flowers, herbs, roots, or resins that have not been cut with any kind of carrier oil. These oils are often expensive, and they are prized for their potent fragrances as well as their medicinal benefits. Plants and the essential oils derived from them contain allelochemicals-chemicals that have affects on the human body. Sometimes these effects are good and sometimes they are bad depending on the plant matter used and the purpose it is used for. This is why it is particularly important to familiarize yourself with the herbs and oils that you use. Some of the prized effects of certain essential oils are: skin and hair softening, skin moisturizing, rash / eczema / psoriasis relief, youthful looking rejuvenation, anxiety dissipation, tension relief, stress relief, pain relief, migraine relief, and enhancement of overall feeling of well being.

    Essential oils have drawbacks as well as benefits. Essential oils must be diluted using a carrier oil before using on the skin. Some oils are light sensitive and can contribute to skin discoloration /sunburning if skin is exposed to direct sunllight after using. Many essential oils are incredibly expensive - an example of this is Rose Otto Essential oil. It is said that it takes a thousand Rose petals to make a mere drop of this oil. A fluid ounce costs, on average, $200 dollars or more. The pure scent of the oil is heavenly, and a small amount of the oil will go a long way. However, the expense is something that few can afford to indulge on a regular basis. This reason alone is often enough for many people to choose fragrance oils which are much less expensive.

    Another drawback of some essential oils is that both their quality and scent varies depending on the crop. Essential oils can also vary by region due to variations in the plant matter used, conditions grown in, etc. This makes it difficult for craft makers to keep their finished products consistent. For people simply making items for personal use this is not usually significant unless the person is very particular about their fragrances, but for crafters making items for sale this can pose a very large problem. Many crafters opt for fragrance oils instead to keep their finished product consistent.

    Finally sometimes an essential oil that smells really good, is not so good for health if the plant matter is poisonous or an irritant to the human body. This extremely limits the oils aromatherapy applications. Fragrance oils provide a way to avoid any unpleasant side effects of but still benefit from the scent of normally dangerous, or irritating herbs.

    Those characteristics: the definition, benefits, and disadvantages of essential oils along with information about why fragrance oils are a viable alternative are a good start but its important to define what a Fragrance oil is. Fragrance oils are almost always synthetic; they do not contain the true floral essence so their contribution to aromatherapy is simply fragrance. Some fragrance oils are not synthetic, these oils are blends of essential oils cut with a carrier oil. If you plan to use fragrance oils for crafting incense, bath and body products, etc. it is important to use concentrated, synthetic oils. Fragrance oils that are really essential / carrier oil blends have been diluted too much and their scent is not strong enough to be used for crafting purposes. Save the essential / carrier oils blend for use directly on the skin, hair, or candles.

    Finally, Fragrance oils are beneficial even though they are synthetic because their aroma can help encourage peace of mind, and alleviate the blues. However, they are never to be taken internally unlike genuine essential oils. They are also much more affordable with the average person being able to use some every day. Ultimately whether a fragrance or essential oil is appropriate depends on the application, and the crafters budget.





    BAYBERRY DOSAGE INFORMATION

    SUPPLEMENTS

    Typical preparations include powders, teas, tinctures, and poultices.

    The tea should be drunk hot. Poultices are usually made by combining Bayberry and Slippery Elm. In some countries a strong bark decoction is used to kill insects, and in Sweden the tree is burned on fires as a smudge for insect repellent.

    To take as a decoction, boil 1 teaspoon of powdered Bayberry Root Bark in a pint of water. Add a small amount of milk and drink cool, up to 2 cups a day. The taste will be bitter. To use the tincture formulation, take 20 to 60 drops, 2 to 4 times a day. To use as a gargle, mix drops in a little water and gargle as necessary.





    BAYBERRY SAFETY, CAUTIONS & INTERACTION INFORMATION

    SAFETY CONCERNS

    When taken in high doses, Bayberry root bark can cause stomach distress, nausea, and vomiting.

    Those with chronic gastrointestinal conditions should use it cautiously. If you have kidney disease, high blood pressure, or congestive heart failure, consult your health care provider physician before using Bayberry. Safety in young is not known. Since Bayberry can stimulate uterine contractions, avoid during pregnancy. For occasional use only. If you are allergic to bayberry wax, use with caution.





    BAYBERRY SUPPLEMENTS & RELATED PRODUCTS

  • Bayberry Herbal Products

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  • QUALITY PRODUCTS & SUPPLEMENTS



    BAYBERRY HERBAL PRODUCTS

    For hundreds of years, the Choctaw Indians used Bayberry. They boiled the leaves and drank the decoction as a treatment for fever. Later, Louisiana settlers drank Bayberry wax in hot water as a cure for dysentery. By the 19th century, herbalists recommended Bayberry bark tea for colds, flu, other infectious diseases, diarrhea, and fever. This herb has tonic, stimulant, and astringent properties. Taken in large doses, this herb has an emetic (vomiting) effect. Bayberry is used to improve circulation, promote perspiration, boost the immune system, and ward off infections. The dried bark in an infusion, can be used to treat colds, flu, fever, coughs, sore throats, and can also be used to treat excess vaginal discharge. Bayberry helps reduce symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and mucous colitis. This herb is used to increase circulation, promote sweating, and help prevent bacterial infections. Bayberry can also be used topically to treat skin infections, skin disease, and ulcers. The tea should be drunk hot. Poultices are usually made by combining bayberry and slippery elm. In some countries a strong bark decoction is used to kill insects, and in Sweden the tree is burned on fires as a smudge for insect repellent.

    MOUNTAIN ROSE HERBS PRODUCTS

    Mountain Rose Herbs: Bayberry Root Bark (Morella Cerifera), Wild Harvested, Bulk Organic Herbs & Spices
    Mountain Rose Herbs: Bayberry Root Bark Powder (Morella Cerifera), Wild Harvested, Bulk Organic Herbs & Spices


    STARWEST BOTANICALS PRODUCTS

    Starwest Botanicals: Bayberry Root Bark, Wildcrafted, Cut & Sifted, 4 oz.
    Starwest Botanicals: Bayberry Root Bark Powder, Wildcrafted, 1 lb.


    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Bayberry Extract, Eclectic Institute Inc, 1 fl. oz. (31828)
    HerbsPro: Bayberry Extract, Herb Pharm, 1 fl. oz. (2423)
    HerbsPro: Bayberry Bark Extract, Natures Answer, 1 fl. oz. (17079)
    HerbsPro: Eyebright Bayberry Supreme Extract, Gaia Herbs, 1 fl. oz. (91111)
    HerbsPro: Bayberry Extract, Eclectic Institute Inc, 2 fl. oz. (76264)
    HerbsPro: Eyebright Bayberry Supreme Extract, Gaia Herbs, 2 fl. oz. (91112)
    HerbsPro: Bayberry Extract, Herb Pharm, 4 fl. oz. (32213)


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    HCBL: Body Circulation, HCBL, 450 mg, 60 Caps
    An increase in blood flow can improve circulation, and have profound health benefits. A proprietary blend of Cayenne Pepper (fruit), Bayberry (bark), Hyssop (leaf), Skullcap (herb), and Witch Hazel (bark). Good circulation in the body is very important. Many organs cannot function properly when circulation is poor. This means that a steady blood flow to all parts of the body is most essential for good health. This formula promotes healthy blood pressure and blood flow. It assists in promoting healthy blood flow to the sexual organs in both men and women. Reduced night-time leg and muscle cramps. Sharper memory.


    TAKEHERB PRODUCTS

    TakeHerb: Bayberry Root Bark (Myrica cerifera), Cut & Sifted, Wildcrafted, Starwest Botanicals, 1 lb.


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Bayberry Root Bark (Myrica cerifera), Cut & Sifted, Frontier Bulk Herbs, 1 lb: K
    Kalyx: Bayberry Root Bark, Cut & Sifted, Wildcrafted, Starwest Botanicals, 1 lb: C
    Kalyx: Bayberry Root Bark Powder, Wildcrafted, Starwest Botanicals, 1 lb: C
    Kalyx: Bayberry Bark Powder, Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): EB
    Kalyx: Bayberry Bark Powder (Myrica cerfera ), Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): RF
    Kalyx: Bayberry Bark Powder 4:1 (Myrica cerfera ), Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): RF
    Kalyx: Bayberry Bark 4:1 Powdered Extract, Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): EB
    Kalyx: Bayberry Root Bark Extract (Myrica cerifera), Health & Herbs, 2 fl oz: HH
    Kalyx: Bayberry Root Bark Extract (Myrica cerifera), Golden Lotus, 2 fl. oz.: GL
    Kalyx: Bayberry Root Bark Non-Alcoholic Extract (Myrica cerifera), Health & Herbs, 2 fl oz: HH
    Kalyx: Bayberry Root Bark Extract (Myrica cerifera), Golden Lotus, 4 fl. oz.: GL
    Kalyx: Bayberry Root Bark Extract (Myrica cerifera), Health & Herbs, 8 fl oz: HH
    Kalyx: Bayberry Root Bark Extract (Myrica cerifera), Golden Lotus, 8 fl. oz.: GL
    Kalyx: Bayberry Root Bark Non-Alcoholic Extract (Myrica cerifera), Health & Herbs, 8 fl oz: HH
    Kalyx: Bayberry Root Bark Extract (Myrica cerifera), Health & Herbs, 16 fl oz: HH
    Kalyx: Bayberry Root Bark Non-Alcoholic Extract (Myrica cerifera), Health & Herbs, 16 fl oz: HH
    Kalyx: Escentual Bayberry Fragrance Oil, Starwest Botanicals, 4 fl oz: C
    There is probably no sense more finely tuned than the most discriminating sense of smell. For this reason, Escentual Fragrance Fragrance Oils have been carefully blended to capture only the finest essence of flowers, fruits and plants. The subtle aroma of these oils will entice even those with the most discriminating sense of smell. Our 26 Escentual Fragrance Fragrance Oils are a blend of natural and synthetic oils. See our Scent Diffusers for lots of good ideas on how to use these beautiful fragrance oils.


  • Nutrition Basics: Bayberry Herbal Information



  • BAYBERRY OIL PRODUCTS

    Bayberry Essence or Perfume oil is a delicate blend of natural essential oils and synthetic oils, chosen to best provide the attributes and aroma of the herb of the same name, and leave it imbued with many of the same mystical properties. This makes it a potent aid in a great many spells and rituals involving protection and control. Use it to help keep negative energies at bay or more completely harness the energies you wish to direct. Find it helpful in warding against curses as well, or in controlling and binding others; whether you wish to aid them in defeating their bad habits, keep them from doing harm to themselves or others, or have some other intent. Used in making soaps, candles and lotions. For external use only.

    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Escentual Bayberry Fragrance Oil, Starwest Botanicals, 4 fl oz: C
    There is probably no sense more finely tuned than the most discriminating sense of smell. For this reason, Escentual Fragrance Fragrance Oils have been carefully blended to capture only the finest essence of flowers, fruits and plants. The subtle aroma of these oils will entice even those with the most discriminating sense of smell. Our 26 Escentual Fragrance Fragrance Oils are a blend of natural and synthetic oils. See our Scent Diffusers for lots of good ideas on how to use these beautiful fragrance oils.


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