Calamus Extract 3:1 – 60 ct
Botanical name: (Acorus Calamus)
- sweet flag.
- bitter pepper root.
- flag root.
- myrtle grass.
- myrtle root.
The Calamus extract comes from a root with the same name. It is known by many other names. Aside from those mentioned above, it is also known as myrtle sedge, pine root, and sea edge. It can also be seen to be called as sweet cane, sweet case, or even sweet cinnamon. Others also call it sweet grass, sweet root, or sweet rush.
The Calamus extract is universally used in herbal medicine. In Native American folk medicine, it has been seen to have shamanic qualities. The rhizome has a very aromatic scent. It is fragrant and tangy at the same time. However, it is a bit pungent and bitter to the taste.
In Ayurveda, Calamus is considered as n aromatic, yet bitter tonic. It helps stimulate the appetite and digestion. It is also seen as a nervine sedative.
In contemporary medicine, it has been seen to have many traits. It can be used as a spasmolytic, carminative, and a sedative. In addition, it is being used as a stimulant, an aromatic, and an expectorant. Being an expectorant, it has great antispasmodic traits. This also makes it a powerful nervine sedative.
The Calamus extract is also deemed to boost concentration. As a sedative, it can also have relaxing qualities. As such, it can help with mild depression and other neurological problems. It can also help with treatment for anxiety. It is useful for those who have physical trauma.
Note: These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. We do not recommend internal use of supplements or herbs without prior consultation with your doctor or herbalist.