The Montana Yew (Taxus Brevifolia) is usually a bushy shrub-type tree growing 10 to 15 feet high in northwestern Montana and northern Idaho, which borders the west side of Montana. It grows best on northerly slopes and prefers a canopy of mature timber at elevations of 3000 – 7000feet. Species of this genus differ from other gymnosperms, in having a single dark bluish seed, surrounded by a red, flesh, cup-shaped covering. The seed with the covering is about the size of a pea (approximately 1/3” diameter). The evergreen has sharp, pointed, needle-like leaves that have a distinct, short petiole at the base and tend to spread in two ranks. Very few trees match the longevity of the yew with some specimens aged 500 – 1000 years old. Active compounds in Montana Yew consistently tests twice as high as Yew harvested in other Pacific Northwest states, as documented by Hauser Chemical Research Co.
Ingredients: Montana Yew Bough Tip (Taxus Brevifolia),
As a dietary supplement, take 2 capsules up to 3 times daily or as directed by your health care practitioner.
200 or 400 capsules per bottle, 300 mg each
WOMEN: DO NOT TAKE IF PREGNANT OR LACTATING
Pacific yew (Taxus brevifolia ) is a common tree in the coniferous forest understory of western North America, along the coastal ranges. It spreads from southeastern Alaska to northern California aas well as in the southern Canadian Rockies to central Idaho and neighboring Montana.
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