tincture

  1. Making a Frankincense & Myrrh Tincture

    Frankincense and Myrrh have been used in herbal science for centuries. Both of these resins have many beneficial properties. I am taking it for support of my bones, joints and brain. Frankincense & Myrrh Tincture 1/4 cup each of Frankincense and Myrrh. Put in a 16 oz jar. Add Tito's vodka (tastes best, made in U.S.) Lid tightly. Shake daily for 4-6 weeks. Much of the solids will dissolve. Strain through cloth to remove the remaining solids. Store in a colored glass bottle away from light and heat. Label bottles well. To use: Place 5-10 drops in water and take once a day. It will take about a week or 10 days to really notice changes. This tincture also  helps cleanse and support healing of wounds.

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  2. Making Super Iron tincture to support your health

    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 again give blood. My levels high enough. 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 1/4 cup each:  Yellow Dock,  Nettle Leaf, Dandelion 2 Tablespoons Thyme Method:  Put herbs in cloth bag along with a small clean rock. Leave room in the bag for herb expansion. Tie shut securely. Put in a 16 oz. jar. Add Tito's Vodka (it is more palatable and made in the U.S.) in jar. 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.

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