4oz Amber Tincure Bottle.

Accessories: 4oz Amber Tincture Bottle

Four ounce Amber Colored Tincture Bottle with dropper. Ideal for making tinctures.

Tincture Directions:
Fill a clean glass jar with 2/3 of herb mix, maybe a little more. Fill jar with 90 proof rum, whiskey, or vodka and screw lid on, label including all the herbs. The alcohol will break down the herbal properties in about 3 weeks. Shake once a day to help keep all the herb loose. After 3 or 4 weeks strain herbs off and throw away. Honey can be added to liquid tincture to make it more palatable. Keep in Amber Colored Tincture Bottle in a place out of sun and not too warm. Cabinet works great!

Customer Reviews

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by Aylianna Littlefeather on Nov 2, 2014

For the alcoholics out there you can also use apple cinder vinegar INSTEAD of the alcohol..

by Traci L Bowman on Feb 17, 2014

will the alcohol be gone when this is done? I'm an alcoholic... i have to be very careful

    Re: alcohol
    by Bulk Herb Store on Feb 18, 2014

    Hello, there is still alcohol in the vodka tinctures after the fermenting, I would recommend checking out glycerine tinctures! That way you won't have to worry about that at all. For those instructions, go to the right-side of the website and go under the Resource bar. Then click the 'How-To' button. After that, you will be able to see those instructions. Thanks!

vodka tincture
by denise on Dec 23, 2013

i was wondering can you use flavored
vodka with herb tinctures? my husband picked up peppermint bark vodka after asking him to get me something peppermint flavored?

    Re: vodka tincture
    by Bulk Herb Store on Dec 23, 2013

    I'm not sure as we have not tried that, but I would say to give it a shot and see how it tastes. It shouldn't interfere with the herbal properties. Thanks!

tincture bottles
by Irene on Sep 7, 2013

I plan on using your recipe to make your immune health tincture. I have NEVER done this before. QUESTION: How many tincture bottles should I order? You cannot leave the full amount of tincture in a jar and just put some in tincture bottles, right? I want to be sure to purchase enough bottles because I will be ordering your tincture sampler very shortly! Thank you!

    Re: tincture bottles
    by Bulk Herb Store on Sep 10, 2013

    There is no exact amount on how many tincture bottles a bag of herbs will make. It all depends on the length of time your tincture was left to soak. You can however, store anything that doesn't fit into a glass jar and keep refilling your tincture bottles. Thanks!

Great bottle!
by Anonymous on May 30, 2013

I love these bottles! And, thanks for making sure they made it to me without breaking. The bottle and the dropper (both glass) were individually wrapped in bubble wrap. The bottle is a great size, and I love that the dropper holds the perfect dosage.

I love these tincture bottles.
by Anna F. on Jan 31, 2011

They make my remedies seem very professional. I share my tinctures with a lot of folks and these amber bottles serve me well. I have to ask folks to pass me the bottles back if they want more of my tinctures. Thanks for great service.

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