Butterbur Extract Standardized 150 mg

120 Capsules - 2 Bottles
  • Non-GMO, Gluten Free; No Wheat, Yeast, Milk, Lactose, Soy, Artificial Color, Artificial Sweetener
  • Herbal extract powder is from aerial parts of Butterbur plant including leaf
  • Standardized supplement contains 15% total petasins, isopetasins, s-petasin
  • PA Free – Free of pyrrolizidine allkaloids (PA)

  • DESCRIPTION
  • INGREDIENTS
  • DIRECTIONS

Directions: For adults, take two (2) quick release capsules daily, preferably with a meal. Serving can be taken all at once or split between morning and evening.

Warning: If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications or have any medical condition, consult your doctor before use. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if any adverse reactions occur. Please see product label for full warning.

Ingredients

Serving Size 2 Quick Release Capsules
Servings Per Container 30
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Butterbur Extract
(Petasites hybridus) (root) (Standardized to contain 15% Total Petasins as Petasin, Isopetasin, and S-Petasin) (PA Free)
150 mg *
*Daily Value not established

Other Ingredients: Rice Powder, Gelatin Capsule, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate, Silica.

Butterbur, A Unique Herb With Natural Benefits
We take extra pride in our superior Butterbur Extract 75 mg (2 Pack), which is delivered to you in quick release capsules for easy daily intake. This high quality supplement contains 150 mg of Butterbur per serving standardized to contain 15% total petasins, isopetasins, s-petasin. Other known forms of Butterbur are available in powder, pills, liquid, tincture, and softgels. This product supports healthy blood flow to the brain*

What Is Butterbur?
Butterbur is a shrub-like plant that has naturally large leaves, and purple-pink flowers. It can be found growing in wet, marshy ground in Europe and northern Asia, where it is native.

A Quick History…
Butterbur has an extended history for use in traditional wellness practices. However, its name is derived from its early use: the large leaves of the plant were used to wrap butter and keep it fresh during warm weather. Later on, it was found to contain benefits when ingested, thanks to the presence of bioactive compounds, and petasins.
Enjoy the benefits of this traditional favorite now!