WHAT ARE HERBAL TINCTURES?
Tinctures are concentrated herbal extracts made by soaking the bark, berries, leaves and roots from one or more plants in ethanal.
Ethanol is the traditional, superior carrier that pulls out the active ingredients in the plant parts, concentrating them as a liquid.
When the liquid is ready, we evaporate the alcohol off and add glycerine as our preservative. The glycerine we use is rapeseed sap, grown in the UK.
Tinctures have been used by our ancestors for millennia.
HOW TO TAKE TINCTURES
We recommend you take 1/2 a pipette (15 drops), dropped directly under the tongue or into liquid, up to three times a day.
Dropped under the tongue, the herbal liquid goes directly into our system bypassing the gut for rapid absorption.
Tinctures are quick, easy and convenient to take.