Red Root is the name of a perennial shrub in the family Rhamnaceae. Its scientific name is Ceano...
Red Root is the name of a perennial shrub in the family Rhamnaceae. Its scientific name is Ceanothus americanus, but it's also known under a variety of common names, including New Jersey tea, wild snowball and mountain sweet. Red Root mainly grows in North America.
Parts Used: Fruit Wildcrafted Country of Origin: USA
Benefits and Uses
Immune system support
Nervous system health
Historically, folk healers in North America considered Red Root a staple for promoting respiratory system health and for its calming effects. Native Americans have also traditionally used Red Root as a remedy for immune system health.
Red Root is known for benefitting muscle health. In addition, thanks to its valuable active ingredients, this powerful plant is also used to support the immune system. Recent studies have also shown Red Root to be a sedative and remedy for respiratory health.
Red Root is a popular food for many in the animal kingdom. Deer from the Ozarks of Missouri like eat its twigs, butterflies from the genus Celastrina use the flowers as food, and wild turkeys and quail eat the tasty seeds.
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