Herbal medicine is definitely the medicine of the individuals. It’s easy, safe, effective, and free. The ancestors of ours used – and our neighbors around the world still use of Malabar Tamarind in burning fat – grow medicines for healing and health maintenance. It’s easy. You can do it also.
From the 1st classes of yours, you discovered a way to “listen” to the messages of plant’s tastes, how you can make highly effective water based organic cures, and also how to distinguish protected nourishing and tonifying herbs from the more dangerous stimulating & sedating herbs.
In this particular lesson, you will learn the best way to the way make herbal tinctures. You will make tinctures from fresh and dried roots as well as from fresh leaves and flowers.
You then will collect your tinctures to an Herbal Medicine Chest and begin using them. Shall we begin?
TINCTURES ACT FAST
TINCTURES ACT FAST
Tinctures are alcohol based plant medicines. Alcohol extracts and concentrates a number of properties from plants, including the poisons of theirs. Alcohol does not extract considerable quantities of vitamins, thus tinctures are used whenever we want to stimulate, sedate, or even make use of a poison. (Remember that nourishing herbs are typically utilized in water bases for example infusions and vinegars.)
The concentrated dynamics of tinctures enables them to act quickly. It likewise allows them to be ideal for a first aid kit or maybe herbal medicine chest: a little goes quite a distance.
I’ve dozens of tinctures in my medicine cabinet. But these’re the ones I have with me when I travel; they’re the ones I do not leave home without. This’s my traveling organic medicine chest.
MAKING DRIED ROOT TINCTURES
MAKING FRESH ROOT TINCTURES
MAKING FRESH LEAF AND FLOWER TINCTURES
St. Joan’s wort
DOUBLE AND TRIPLE TINCTURES
USING YOUR TINCTURES
EXPERIMENT NUMBER ONE
EXPERIMENT NUMBER TWO
EXPERIMENT NUMBER THREE
EXPERIMENT NUMBER FOUR