Tincture Mix Kit(TMK)
Discover the incredible simplicity and health benefits of tincture making with four nutrient-rich mixes.
This Tincture Mix Kit includes our most popular mixes that can be used to make glycerine or alcoholic tinctures.
If purchased separately these Herbs would cost: $77.80. By buying this kit you will save: $22.85!
Cough Tea mix includes red clover, one of history's most popular herbs. Due to its high nutritional content, red clover is the base for many tinctures. It has also been widely used for its antispasmodic and expectorant properties. It helps to relieve the lungs of congestion and can soothe a sore throat. It is in many remedies for whooping cough, bronchitis, asthma, and numerous other cough-related issues. Red clover is used in tinctures, capsules and infusions.
Double-E Immune Booster mix contains a powerhouse of sickness-fighting herbs: nettle, peppermint, echinacea root, echinacea tops, elderberries, ginseng, and rosehips. The tincture made from this recipe is dark, smells strongly of the herbs and is effective for both adults and children. This is one that many families in our community use regularly!
Snooze Tincture mix is a combination of herbs that are both good for you and calming. This tincture soothes babies’ tummies when they have colic and it has a calming effect on children. As mentioned in the Emotional Remedies section of The ABC Herbal book, the combination of nervine herbs such as these can work miracles after an emotional upset or stressful experience. Adults and children can quickly regain their calm and feel noticeably better only minutes after taking this tincture.
IM Life Tincture mix has all the health benefits of red clover, as well as olive leaf (herbal antibiotic and immune booster); pau d'arco and cat's claw bark (fungus fighter and yeast killer); dandelion, burdock and butcher's broom roots (blood purifiers); echinacea purpurea root (immune booster, infection fighter); and nettle leaf (highly nutritious, blood builder).
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The following books and articles have been our best references for making our own tinctures over the years:
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