Myrtle

Myrtle
Myrtus communis

Myrtle LEAF

TINCTURE

1:2
30 ml
$12.50 CAD
1:2
100 ml
$27.50 CAD
1:2
250 ml
$55.50 CAD
1:2
500 ml
$87.50 CAD
1:2
1000 ml
$160.00 CAD
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about the herb*

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Constituents are volatile oil; malic acid; citric acid; resin; tannic acid; vitamin C. Astringent; antiseptic. Rarely used medicinally, but a leaf decoction may be applied externally to bruises and hemorrhoids. An infusion was once used as a douche in leucorrhoea and it was formerly employed internal for psoriasis and sinusitis. The fresh fruit juice has been used as a drink to stimulate the mucous membranes of the stomach. Part Used: fresh or dried leaves, dried fruit, dried flower buds, fresh flowers, occasionally oil.

Herbie's Herbs' tinctures

Herbie’s Herbs tinctures are alcohol-based preparations macerated in 50% distilled cane sugar alcohol at a 1:2 ratio. Read more here

Compared to other methods, alcohol helps extract nearly all active constituents from a herb yielding stronger tinctures that require a lower dose to attain beneficial effects.

Alcohol eliminates the growth of bacteria and mold while preserving the valuable constituents resulting in a much longer shelf life.

disclaimer

  • The information on this web site has not been evaluated by the Canadian Dept. of Health and Welfare or by the US FDA. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any diseases or replace medical attention. Please consult your practitioner, physician or herbal specialist before using any products you purchase.
  • We are not a allergen-free facility.

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