The bayberry grows as a large evergreen shrub or small tree that is widely distributed throughout the southern and eastern US. It is known for its small bluish-white berries.
Submit your review
Bayberry should not be taken internally. Ingestion may cause GI distress. Bayberry pollen has been documented to cause allergic respiratory symptoms.
There is no recent clinical evidence to guide dosage of bayberry. Classical use of bayberry bark and bark extract involved dosage of 0.5 g daily.