Learning how to make herbal tinctures may seem daunting at first but really is a very simple process. Any aspiring herbalist should learn to make them as soon as possible as they are a valuable way to store and utilize various herbs and come in quite handy in the home apothecary.
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.
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]
Looking for tincture recipes, or how to make herbal tinctures? Try this out if you're into natural home remedies. How to Make An Herbal Tincture Being a homesteader, you should know how to utilize everything around you. In my case, I grow a lot of herbs around the homestead. There are so
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.