Herd Sports Chew contains food products, Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) food additives, and FDA designated supplements. All ingredients have longstanding safety profiles. It is safe to use and swallow. White willow bark contains a substance called salicin, which is metabolized by your body to an analogue of aspirin. While this is all part of the design of Herd Sports Chew, we recommend that you do not use Herd Sports Chew if you have an allergy to salicylates such as aspirin.
Keeping anything in your mouth for extended periods of time can potentially cause irritation. For that reason we do not recommend leaving Herd Sports Chew in your mouth for long, extended periods of time.
We recommend 15-20 minutes per pinch for optimal use.
Herd Sports Chew has not been tested in controlled clinical trials for its ability to help people quit tobacco, however it is formulated with ingredients shown to reduce nicotine withdrawal symptoms. Clinical studies have also shown that herbal chews similar to Herd Sports Chew are able to help reduce the oral/habitual craving for chewing tobacco that people feel.
Herd Sports Chew contains ingredients commonly used by athletes for supplementation and nutrition, such as the essential amino acid L-glutamine, magnesium, and antioxidants vitamin C and vitamin E. Various ingredients in Herd Sports Chew have been tested and shown to benefit injury prevention and athletic performance. However, Herd Sports Chew has not been tested in controlled trials for its ability to improve athletic performance.