How To Use Tinctures

Tincture-dropper

Tinctures are easy to take; simply place drops under the tongue or in water, tea or juice. In general, a dose of 6-12 drops can be taken 3 or 4 times a day. In times of health crisis, you can take 30-60 drops each 1/2 hour until the crisis has passed, then resume normal dosages. Half dosages are recommended for young children.

For your convenience you may combine any tincture with another or use them before or after prescription medicines. Be sure to monitor the effects and avoid overmedicating. Note: Some tinctures may appear to be cloudy or have suspended particles. This is normal, as some may contain honey, vinegar, glycerin or lecithin. Herbs will also change slightly in color and taste from season to season.

 

HOW LONG WILL IT LAST?

 

*Tbls – means tablespoon of the powdered herb, which is approximate.
6 drops = 300 mg40 drops = 2 ml = 1 *Tbls10 drops = 500 m
1183 drops = 2 ounces = 111 (500 mg) capsules
1 squirt = 20 drops (avg)       66 squirts = 2 ounces
Taken 1 x per day6 drops = 198 days12 drops = 99 days
 Taken 2 x per day6 drops = 99 days12 drops = 50 days
Taken 3 x per day6 drops = 66 days12 drops = 33 days

 

 

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