Women’s & Children’s Multi-mineral Tincture

$19.00

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Description

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. All of our bottles are labeled with instructions.

This blend of herbs is perfect for both children and women of reproductive age to use daily to support body and mind.

The star ingredients-

Red raspberry leaf

Red raspberry leaves are rich in vitamins and minerals. They provide B vitamins, vitamin C and a number of minerals, including potassium, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus and iron. However, their most notable contribution might be their antioxidant properties.

It’s often referred to as the woman’s herb. Some research supports the anecdotal evidence of women saying that the leaves help relieve PMS and pregnancy symptoms such as cramping, vomiting, nausea and diarrhea.

Red raspberry leaves contain fragarine, a plant compound that helps tone and tighten muscles in the pelvic area, which may reduce the menstrual cramping, prepare the womb for birth, and even ease postpartum recovery.

Red raspberry leaf is also loaded with iron, which is especially important during pregnancy and bleeding cycles.

Nettle

Nettle is rich in many minerals, and antioxidants, which are needed for reducing the number of free radicals in your system. It's also is effective in lowering blood pressure and blood sugar levels, keeping them stable. It is a good source of vitamins A, C and E, as well as B1, B2, B3 and B5. Nettle is also rich in protein, calcium, iron, folate, potassium, magnesium, and manganese.

Alfalfa

It's full of nutrients like vitamin K, copper, folate, and magnesium. The anti-diabetic and diuretic properties of alfalfa keep the spiking sugar levels under control, which may help prevent gestational diabetes. Alfalfa is rich in phytoestrogens that can help boost milk supply while nursing.

Irish Sea Moss

Irish Sea Moss is high in antioxidants and contains 92 different minerals that are essential to your body. This makes it a complete mineral supplement all on its own.

Irish Sea Moss is rich in iodine, which is an important nutrient for your thyroid. Iodine helps your thyroid produce hormones that control your metabolism, nerves, and bone growth.

Seaweed, including Irish moss specifically, is one of the best plant sources of omega-3 fatty acids. These fats are critical for a healthy heart. In fact, getting enough omega-3 fatty acids is connected to a lower risk of heart disease, blood clots, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure.

Irish sea moss has significant benefits for regulating blood sugar levels. It appears to help the body respond to insulin more effectively, meaning that your body can control its own blood sugar with less work. For people with diabetes, eating Irish moss may help prevent blood sugar spikes or crashes.

Dandelion

Dandelion leaf is a diuretic, meaning it promotes urination thereby helping with inflammation and weight loss without side effects. It also removes toxic substances from the kidneys and entire urinary system. It's diuretic properties also mean it can help balance hormones. Plus, its disinfectant properties inhibit bacterial growth, preventing future UTIs.

Dandelion is full of potent antioxidants that help neutralize free radicals, and may protect against cell damage and oxidative stress, which helps prevent bone loss. Studies have found that dandelion root extract may slow the growth of cancer cells in the liver, colon, and stomach tissue. Dandelion is also a rich source of many vitamins and minerals.

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-

"I was so reluctant to start taking these Tinctures with the thought in my head that they were going to taste / smell awful. They aren't at all! Silly me. Hahaha!"