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WHY MAKE HERBAL TINCTURES?

Herbal tinctures is a better way to do herbs than herbal tablets. First of all, it is very cost effective. It’s easy to prepare, last long and you can control the quality. It is also helpful to actually taste the herbs. The brain begins responding to the subtle flavors of the plants. Sipping a glass of drink mixes with our herbal tinctures will provides a sense of warmth, comfort and deep relaxation. Read more…

Guaranteed Quality and Freshness – We handpick all the herbs for your tincture kits after we receive you order, we use only organic or Lab-tested herbs whenever possible to insure the best quality.

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