Do you suffer with low iron levels? So did I. After a gastric bypass, I do not absorb iron in the intestines well. This tincture has been my answer. It works well. I can maintain healthy levels. Making a tincture is not difficult. It just takes time for the tincture to be ready. Below I have the Super Iron Tincture. In another post, I will give the Frankincense and Myrrh Tincture. Explore the properties and you may want to try it for yourself. It is helping me feel better. Super Iron Tincture 3 Tablespoons Yellow Dock and Nettle Leaf 2 Tablespoons Dandelion Root powder 2 Tablespoons Thyme Fifth Tito's Vodka Method:  Grind herbs finely in a coffee grinder. Put herbs in cloth bag along with a small clean rock. Leave room in the bag for herb expansion. Tie shut securely (It is a mess if you don't :). Put in a 32 oz. jar. Add Tito's Vodka (it is more palatable and made in the U.S.) in jar. About half full. Let sit uncapped while herbs absorb the vodka. Top off as needed. Put jar in a heavy pot with water. Slowly heat until mixture is very hot. Top with more vodka if needed. Lightly cap jar. Let cool. Top off vodka if needed. When cool, cap tightly. The extra airspace is ok. I used the whole fifth of vodka. Shake daily for 30 days. After 30 days; remove bag and sit in a strainer over a bowl. Pour the tincture to another clean jar or large glass measuring cup. Squeeze bag to get all the tincture you can. Strain through cloth at least once more. Add: 1 cup blackstrap molasses. Shake well. Store in a colored glass bottle away from light and heat. Label bottles well. When taking, hold tincture in mouth for 15-30 seconds. It helps the mucus membranes absorb tincture. I currently use 1 - 2 droppers, two times per day. (Latest update, 3/2021)