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The Most Popular and Effective Preparations Every Medicine Maker Needs To Know
Tinctures and extractions are the classic home medicine preparations and are often the first methods of extracting an herb’s constituents that new herbalists learn to make.
And for good reason! They are simple to make, super-concentrated (a little goes a long way), easy to dose, and when stored properly they have an incredible shelf-life.
By using alcohol, glycerin, or vinegar (and knowing how to pair these solvents with specific herbs), you will be able to extract a greater spectrum of the whole plant and preserve your medicine for much longer than any other preparations provide.
The Tinctures, Glycerites, and Vinegars Kit provides you with most everything you need to make herbal tinctures, glycerites, and vinegars, so you too can confidently make these versatile, and effective medicines at home. (You will need to purchase your alcohol, glycerin, and/or vinegar locally as we cannot ship these).
Kit Contents: Cold Away Blend (Elder, Peppermint, Yarrow), Amber Bottle, Dropper, Product Label, Straining Cloth, and Gloves. PLUS! Bonus Training: Lesson 4: Tinctures, Glycerites, and Vinegars with Dr. Patrick Jones, Digital video, and Transcript.
If you are a budding, new medicine maker – or you’ve been making your family’s medicine for years - creating your own tinctures, glycerites, and vinegars has never been easier!
Herbs can be powerful medicine. Making teas, using herbs in cooking, and adding them to salads are simple ways to increase your herbal intake at home. But, sometimes drinking herbal tea is not sufficient to extract all the beneficial plant properties.
Additionally, some plants lose their potency quickly after being dried, and many plants simply taste too much like medicine to make them a regular part of our cooking or drinking habits.
For all of those reasons and more, tinctures can be a wonderful way to take advantage of the powerful benefits of plant-based medicines in a concentrated form at home!
Our all-inclusive Tinctures, Glycerites, and Vinegars Kit provides everything you need to discover how simple these 3 preparations can be to create.
After following the expert training, you will be well on your way to utilizing the most effective methods to extract, preserve, and use your medicinal herbs.
These 3 preparations are some of the easiest to learn and are highly adaptable. Once you've learned the basics of how to make them, I encourage you to explore your medicine making skills with many other herbs.
Whether you’re new to making medicine - or already have a medicine cabinet that’s over-flowing with your homemade remedies – the Kit and the Bonus training by Dr. Jones will inspire all levels of medicine makers!
- Learn which type of solvent to use for specific herb properties. – This is vital for you to know so that you too can make potent, wide-spectrum medicines.
- The 2 easiest ways to make these preparations, and which to use if you want to get a specific dosage.
- How making your own extracts can save you $100’s! – Stop buying those pricey herbal supplements, and start making your own with your homegrown, wildcrafted, or bulk-purchased herbs.
- The method Dr. Jones uses when choosing herbs to extract and preserve. – Plus a bonus tip on how he prepares them according to the position of the moon.
Your Kit includes carefully selected tools and Certified organic herbs. Everything you need to create all 3 preparations.
Kit Contents: Cold Away Blend (Elder, Peppermint, Yarrow), Amber Bottle, Dropper, Product Label, Straining Cloth, and Gloves.
Bonus Video Training: In addition to the Kit that we will ship to you quickly, you’ll also receive lifetime, online access to in-depth training by Dr. Patrick Jones of the HomeGrown Herbalist School of Botanical Medicine.