A traditional Native American medicine, osha heralds great benefits for the lungs and immune system. It's been burned in ceremonies to offer protection, and was placed next to newborn infants to clean the air around them. It can make for easy breathing when ingested internally as well. Many use it to increase endurance when hiking long distances or up high elevations. Osha, Ligusticum Porteri, is also known as "bear root" because bears who ate it in the wild often nuzzled up with each other afterwards. Apparently it releases the hormone oxytocin, which promotes bonding. We're convinced. We already feel very bonded to this fabulous respiratory herb. It is extracted with pure grain alcohol and spring water.
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