Sida Acuta Extract


Botanical name: Sida acuta

Part used: Dried leaf

Ingredients: Dried Sida acuta leaf (from India or Florida), certified organic non-GMO cane alcohol, organic apple cider vinegar and pure Adirondack water.

Percentage of organic non-GMO alcohol used: 55-60%

Percentage of organic apple cider vinegar: 10%

Ratio plant to menstruum: 1:5

Safety considerations: Sida acuta is contraindicated in Pregnancy, and should be
used with caution in Hypertension, Hyperthyroid and Hypoglycemia. Sida leaves
contain a minute amount of ephedrine. *Be sure to work with a knowledgeable
health practitioner who can guide you in using this formula.

About: Sida acuta (aka common Wireweed) was originally a native plant of
Mexico and Central America, but can now be found in many tropical areas
around the world. It may be considered an invasive and troublesome weed by
some, but this botanical has many qualities and actions. Sida acuta can be used
for a variety of situations so make sure you ask your practitioner about the
correct dose for your specific condition. Sida supports the cardiovascular,
immune, respiratory, nervous and CNS systems during certain health
challenges. A member of the Malvaceae family, (think hibiscus, okra and
mallow) the leaves are decidedly cool and demulcent, as well as tasty!

Note: Most of the Sida acuta we purchase is now grown at two small farms here in the Northeast. Grown with love and without chemicals, the radiant Sida plants we process from these two fertile farms are high in quality and plant constituents. We also import some Sida from Cameroon and Ghana when needed. The taste of the Sida can be a little different depending on the source, growing conditions, soil type and overall environment. But be assured all are excellent sources!

Recommended Dosage: 30-40 drops OR 1/4 tsp, 3 times per day in juice or water.  *Please note our recommended dosage may differ from other sources.

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 

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