TINCTURE -ANXIETY & STRESS RELIEF (Calming + Relaxing)
We believe that nature is God's pharmacy.
Herbal tinctures can be taken alone or mixed into other liquids like water, tea, or juice. They can effectively help digestion, immune system function, and stress management. Herbal tinctures can support overall health and well-being.
Are Tinctures and Extracts Effective?
Our bodies utilize about 98% of herbal extracts/tinctures but only about 50% of capsule and tablets. Tinctures are far more potent due to the large concentration of herbs in a smaller dose
Whether preparing a tincture or an extract depends on the plant and whether the leaves, flowers,root or fruit is being used. We use the old-fashioned cold process method which is time consuming but well worth it.
The difference between a tincture and an extract is that tinctures are always made with alcohol as the solvent. Any other solvent used, the preparation is an extract, not a tincture
If you are taking any prescription medications, it's important to check for potential interactions with herbs.
ANXIETY & STRESS RELIEF - Passion Flower, Catnip, Chamomile & Lemon Balm
Feeling distracted, “wired", and unable to fall asleep at night, passionflower can offer you relief. Passionflower is a nervine – it has direct effects on the nervous system without the side effects.
- Passion Flower - Scientists believe passionflower works by increasing levels of a chemical called gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the brain. GABA lowers the activity of some brain cells, making you feel more relaxed.
- Lemon Balm - a plant with multiple properties: can ease anxiety and insomnia especially related to nervous tension. Lemon balm is said to soothe symptoms of stress, help you to relax, and boost your mood.
- Catnip – Its calming properties come from its nepetalactone and nepetalactone acid compounds which may reduce nervousness, anxiousness, and restlessness.
- Chamomile Flowers – have carminative properties to calm you, reducing anxiety. Its calming effects may be attributed to an antioxidant called apigenin, which binds to specific receptors in your brain that may decrease anxiety and initiate sleep.
Dosage: 4 – 6 ml as needed.
If you are currently being treated with sedatives or other RX you should talk to your health care provider.
Statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.
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