Wild Harvested Parrot's Beak (Pedicularis racemosa)
Parrot’s beak is not a well-known plant but is gaining more attention as a sacred and useful plant medicine. Its Latin name is Pedicularis racemosa and is closely related to Pedicularis densiflora Indian Warrior. In certain Native American tribes, the plant was used for its relaxing properties. To this day it’s still being used and is gaining popularity within the health-conscious communities.
What is Pedicularis good for?
- Tension Reliever
- Promotes Relaxation
- Happy Tonic
- Aid in Calmness
- Soothe Nerves
We have wild-harvested Indian Warrior/Parrot’s Beak leaf, stem and flower available!
Suggested Use: Steep 1 tsp of herb in 1 cup of hot water for 3-5 minutes. Drink during the day as needed or 30 minutes before bed.
Cautions: Do not use if you are trying to conceive, are pregnant/lactating, have a medical condition or taking any medications. Consult with your doctor before using. Keep out of the reach of children.
Ingredients: Parrot's Beak Leaf, Stem and Flower (Pedicularis racemosa)