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The Prickly Ash tree is native to North America, where the bark of these American trees has been used as medicine for hundreds of years. ” Eastern Native American tribes valued Prickly Ash Bark as a means to stimulate saliva flow and as a remedy for upset stomach, sore throats, aching muscles, skin infections and other conditions. Eclectic physicians in the United States around the nineteenth century continued the traditional uses of Prickly Ash Bark, primarily as a digestive aid and to strengthen the nervous system. Prickly Ash's traditional use was to stimulate the body when it was feeling sluggish and still today plays an important role in this manner. Prickly ash is often used to support normal circulation of blood in its vessels due to its inherent stimulatory effect on the body. As a result, it is often used as a supportive aid when more blood is needed in a certain area of the body. Because it supports blood flow in the body, prickly ash is also used to promote healthy joints, particularly when there is stagnant lymph that needs to re-circulated to promote optimal levels of inflammation.