Scullcap (also spelled skullcap; Scutellaria baicalensis) is an herb that grows uncultivated in the marshy lands of Canada, the northern and eastern parts of the United States, and southeast Asia. In China, the plant roots are known as huang quin, and employed to ease several conditions.*
Item #AA4280 (2oz)
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To Prepare as Tea: Bring 8oz water to a boil. Add 2 tsp. of herb, cover & steep 5-10 minutes. Strain & serve immediately as temperature permits.
Caution: Do not use if pregnant or lactating. Before taking, please consult your medical professional-especially if you are on prescription medication or have a medical condition.
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