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Anti-Inflam Tincture

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A Warming & Stimulating combination of Cinnamon bark & Ginger root . The perfect ally for circulation, inflammation and pain.

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Ingredients:

Cinnamon bark, Ginger Root, Alcohol.
Made using Organic herbs, Spring water & Medical Grade alcohol

Method:

Shake well. 2-3 ml (half dropper) 1 - 3 times a day. Best under the tongue and held for 30 secs. Alternatively Can also be added to water or juice. For best effect use regularly.

Herbal Information

Ginger has been used in Asian medicine for centuries and has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties similar to ibuprofen and COX-2 inhibitors. Ginger also suppresses leukotrienes (inflammatory molecules) and switches off certain inflammatory genes, making it potentially more effective than conventional pain relievers.

The potent antioxidant 6-gingerol inhibits production of the free radical peroxynitrite that causes inflammation and pain. (Overgrowth of gut bacteria is linked with excessive peroxynitrite.) As a group these ginger compounds act like non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) (e.g., ibuprofen) used widely in to relieve arthritis pain to block the pain-causing chemicals associated with arthritis! Systematic reviews of clinical trials confirm the effect of ginger in relieving osteoarthritic pain.

Cinnamons claim to fame is its ability to lower blood sugar in diabetics by activating insulin receptors. Like many other herbs and spices, cinnamon also has a host of compounds with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can lessen the likelihood of cellular damage and chronic disease.

How HealthTea Tinctures Work

Tinctures are a convenient way to deliver the healing power of herbs quickly and easily. A tincture is a liquid preparation made by steeping a herb for several weeks in a blend of alcohol and water. Through this process the alcohol extracts chemicals from the plant material that water alone cannot, creating a concentrated herbal extract. The alcohol also acts as a preservative, giving the solution a long shelf life. The solution is then strained to remove debris and the liquid extract is bottled for consumption.

Tincture Strength Ratios and Alcohol Content
The strength of the tincture is usually stated on the label in the form of an extraction ratio, for example, 1:3. This means they have used one part herb for every three parts liquid. In other words, one kilogram of herb was steeped in three litres of solution.

Because the solution is typically made of a mix of water and alcohol, the percentage of alcohol used is also presented on the labels. For example, 45% volume means 45% alcohol, 55% water.

What Percentage of Herb is in a Tincture?
We often get asked how much percentage of a herb is in a tincture. And while it may seem like a straightforward question, it doesn’t have a straightforward answer.

Some variants to consider include:
the length of steeping process
each herb reacts differently in the alcohol and water solution according to its intrinsic chemical makeup
the final preparation is a concentrated extract of the herb, which can include varying amounts of dregs of the actual herb

It is therefore impossible to gage how much of the actual herb is present in the final preparation without proper laboratory testing. We do not have the capacity to test each batch of every tincture we get and rely on the ratios and alcohol percentages that are given by our suppliers to communicate as much information about the tinctures as possible to our customers.

How to Take a Tincture
Our tinctures come with a pipette or dropper, which when full, measures at 1ml or about 20 drops.

Because tinctures are concentrated, you only need to take a small amount. And while we always recommend you speak to a medical or herbal practitioner for advice on how much to take for varying conditions, the suggested use we state on our labels is usually between 2ml to 3ml up to three times a day.

Being in liquid form, the chemical constituents of the herb enter your bloodstream rapidly. Tinctures can be taken in a little water or juice. For children or those who wish to avoid alcohol, add tincture to boiling water and leave for ten minutes, which allows most of the alcohol to evaporate.

If you have any doubts about how to take tinctures or whether you should be using them, please consult a registered medical herbalist

 

100% NATURAL. GLUTEN FREE. ORGANIC. VEGAN. ECO FRIENDLY

All orders will be processed and sent on the same day if ordered before 1pm. Approximately 2-3 day delivery.

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