Detox Tincture


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A tincture is an infusion of an herb or herbs, for medicinal use. Certain preparations of liquids are used to extract the beneficial plant compounds out of the plant solids. My tinctures are highly concentrated so a few drops goes a long way. To use a tincture, simply add a few drops to a glass of water and drink it. 

Let's chat for a sec about why it's so important to support your liver.

When the liver processes toxic compounds, it has an uncanny ability to transform them into non-toxic, water soluble molecules that pass right through our bodies. There isn’t another time in history that our detoxification systems have faced the workload that they do now. Our bodies are burdened by everything from heavy metals to PFAS (which can interfere with the production of hormones), all types of pesticides, pharmaceuticals, and more. That’s why I take steps to support my liver’s efforts by reducing my chemical body burden, optimizing my detox pathways, and of course by taking this Detox Tincture.

A few of the amazing ingredients:

Milk Thistle

It has been used as a potent yet gentle liver tonic since at least the 1st century, when Pliny the Elder wrote that it was “excellent for carrying off bile.”

Bile is one of the primary ways the liver pushes toxins toward the colon so they can be flushed out of the body.

It’s thought to support detoxification in a few different ways including:

Neutralizing free radicals created during the first phase of liver detoxification, which is when the liver breaks down fat-soluble toxins into water soluble ones. (If free radicals are not neutralized, they can build up can cause damage)

Activating the Nrf2 pathway, which encourages the production of the body’s master antioxidant: glutathione. Glutathione also happens to be a primary detoxifying molecule needed for phase 2 of liver detoxification.

Stimulating the release of bile and enzymes from the gallbladder so that nutrients can be absorbed and toxins can be emptied into the colon for elimination.


Something weird but true thing about bitter herbs like dandelion: When our taste buds detect bitter compounds, they recognize the taste as being potentially poisonous. As a result our systems go into full alert and digestive juices start flowing in order to mitigate any poisons entering our system.

In other words, the bitter compounds in some herbs get our digestive systems all revved up, which increases our ability to absorb and use the nutrients we are taking. Plus, instead of being poisonous, dandelion root contains a wide variety of detoxification supporting compounds that encourage healthy bile function and support the liver and gallbladder.

Burdock Root

Traditionally used for a variety of purposes – even as an aphrodisiac – it contains a wide range phytochemicals that support:

Lymph flow, which carries waste products (toxins, hormone byproducts, etc.) and destroyed pathogens into the bloodstream so they can be filtered out by the liver and kidneys.

Liver detoxification – Burdock is known as a tried-and-true liver and skin tonic due the presence of compounds that help maintain the oxidative/antioxidative balance in the liver. This is especially important during phase 1 of detox.

Bile flow – Although I think it has a mostly nutty flavor, burdock root also contains bitter compounds that encourage the production of bile. In Phase II of liver detoxification, bile binds with the toxins and then flows into the bowels for elimination.


Counteracts free radicals created during Phase 1 of liver detox. One compound in particular – curcumin – is a potent antioxidant that has been widely used in clinical settings.

Making glutathione, which is both the body’s master antioxidant and a vital detoxifier molecule used in Phase 2 of liver detox.

Artichoke Leaf

Artichoke extract may help reduce inflammation and protect your liver from damage. It helps maintain digestive health by boosting friendly gut bacteria and alleviating symptoms of indigestion, and help treat IBS symptoms by reducing muscle spasms

other ingredients- cane alcohol, filtered water

1 oz

None of my products are intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Consult with your physician before using any herbs or supplements.

Testimonials from our customers-

"Gina, I need to tell you that I basically don't ever want to not have that Detox Tincture! It's so easy and gentle. I wish I would have taken before pictures but it makes me soooo much less bloated I can't even believe it."