Like with most herbal medicines, preparation and dosage of European Wild Pear Bark is a very simple procedure. Bellow you can find the exact dosages and preparations methods.

Wound healing

Wild pear bark helps with the healing process of wounds. It has anti-inflammatory properties and helps the skin close and the skin cells regenerate.


It stimulates urine elimination, so it has a great effect on kidney and bladder health. Because of this ability. it also helps with other illnesses related to regulation of water in the organism - obesity, hypertension, dropsy (accumulation of liquids in the body and the swelling of tissue), edemas, kidney pain (nefritis), kidney stones, renal inadequacy, cystitis (inflammation of urinary bladder) etc.It can also be used to treat inflammation of prostate.


Using it externally can help with pains related to sprains, twists, bruises and blows.

Infusion: start with about 0.7l of water, add 25gr on bark and simmer on light heat for 20 min or until you get about 0.5l of water. You can drink the infusion or apply it externally on the painful spot.

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The origins of wild pear in Ireland is unclear but is most likely a ‘feral’ variety of the closely related domestic pear, Pyrus communis, with records of cultivation in Ireland since the early 1600’s.

The wild pear is a interesting tree – it belongs to the Rosaceae (rose) family with such notable ‘fruit tree’ characteristics that is typical of many Rosaceae trees.

Wild pears typically produce small 1-4cm diameter pears that are often hard – until they ripen in later summer and early autumn.

Leaves and the bark are commonly used for healing purposes.