Health Benefits of Tamarack Tree Herb or Larch Tree

Tamarack Trees grow in the swamps of southern US and have many health benefits.

 

Tamarack Tree Herb is a good prebiotic and a great immune boosting herb, by being a good substance for the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut… thus improving health.

 

Studies show that Tamarack Bark, Wood, and Needles could be a good anti metastatic natural remedy for cancer, especially liver cancer.

 

Other studies show that Tamarack might also be good for MS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and Viral Hepatitis.

 

Tamarack is also a very good anti-inflammatory agent, making it great for arthritis and other debilitating diseases.

 

It’s a great antiseptic too thus it works well for urinary and respiratory disease and also for skin wounds too!

 

And new studies under way show that Tamarack may be great for treating low thyroid conditions. In fact 2 people taking the supplement who had low thyroid ended up becoming totally normal after taking the supplement.

 

Tamarack or Larch Tree Extract gives the body some basic simple sugars that are missing in our world of processed foods… and vital for our colon. Sugars that are needed for a balanced bacterial growth in our colon, thus boosting our immune system… and helping to regulate just about every processing going on in our body.

 

You might want to check out Tamarack or Larch Extract for boosting your immune system.

 

Paul Haider – Master Herbalist

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