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tinctures for Lyme disease
A bit about our tinctures:
We start with organic pure grain alcohol and organic or wild-crafted herbs and add water to the mix required by nature for the plant based on its preferred growing environment. In making some of our blends, such as the Lyme Blend tincture, we use a 1:1 or 2:1 ratio based on all of the herbs in the blend. Ideally, we use a separate combination of all leaves of plants or all roots so they are the same in potency and density. The alcohol content will be 30-45%, depending on the herb(s) used. We age our tinctures for six months in glass, away from light.
All of our tinctures are made in small batches of only one gallon at a time. We strain the menstruum (liquid) from the marc (herbs) with stainless steel filters by hand and bottle the tinctures as fast as possible so that little evaporation occurs. Our tinctures contain tiny particles that will settle to the bottom of every bottle. Please remember to shake them gently before you use them every time.
If you do not want to taste the alcohol, please allow the tinctures to decant in water or juice for 15-30 minutes before consumption. Most of the herbs we use are very strong in flavor when the finished product is at your doorstep, and we recommend diluting them in water.
Adjust the number of drops you start with depending on where you are in your Lyme protocol. We recommend first starting with 1-2 drops and seeing how that affects you. Build up to 30 drops, three times a day. That may take a month; others may only get to that level for a few months. Lyme treatments are not short-term. Be committed to your health and stay on course.

Please note: The information contained on this website is not intended as a replacement for the services of a qualified herbalist, natural healer, medical doctor or other licensed health practitioners.  Always consult a practitioner before embarking on any program or protocol. Please ensure that you read the cautions before you order any products. The information on this site is not diagnostic, therefore always consult a herbal practitioner or your GP in order to obtain a diagnosis. Never stop taking prescribed treatment without consulting your GP or a qualified herbal practitioner.

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