Wild Cherry Bark is native to Europe, Anatolia, Maghreb, and Western Asia, among other places. It comes from the Prunus avium, which is a species of cherry tree. This plant is also in the rose family. The name comes from Latin, and means 'bird cherry'.
The bark is most commonly used for cough relief and making medicine. The bark can also be brewed into tea. Wild Cherry Bark is known for tasting sweet and bitter.
Also known as: Prunus avium, wood cherry, sweet cherry, gean