My family has come to have an appreciation for my homemade tinctures, and my husband will request that I overnight one of my homemade tinctures to him when he’s traveling rather than simply finding a local health food store. What I’ve found is while store bought tinctures work well, there’s simply no comparison to the ones made here in our kitchen.
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Making herbal tinctures is one of the easiest ways to preserve the potency of your herbal harvest. Tinctures made with alcohol and dried herbs have a long shelf life. They can last for decades without a decrease in potency, provided they are protected from light and heat. Tinctures are easy for a beginner to make, yet they are the stand by herbal remedy for professional herbalists.
3 Tincture Recipes For Anxiety We live in a rush-rush culture where everyone seems to be in a hurry to get somewhere or get something done. This type of environment often creates a state of chronic stress or anxiety. Anxiety can take a toll on both physical and mental health. Here are three effective tinctures that you can make at home to help relieve anxiety… [read more]