This recipe is intended as a daily supplement to fortify the heart. This recipe is high in bioflavonoids and antioxidants, which protect and strengthen the body. The tincture blend is also warming for the circulatory system. Each of these tinctures are easy to make individually.
- 2 parts Hawthorn Flowers and Leaf Tincture
- 2 parts Hawthorn Berry Tincture
- 2 parts Burdock root tincture
- 2 parts Nettle leaf tincture
- 1 part Rosemary leaf tincture
- 1 part Ginger root tincture
- measuring cups
- a spatula
- a funnel
- a label
- a large dark bottle with a lid
I like to fill a small 1-ounce bottle with a dropper, also labeled, as a usage bottle then refill it with the larger bottle that I reserve for bulk storage.
- Gather the ingredients along with the equipment in a clean, well-lit, workspace.
- Pour the individual ingredients, one at a time, into a clear measuring cup.
- Mix the ingredients carefully.
- Using a funnel, pour the mixture into a darkly-colored glass bottle and cap it securely.
- Label the bottle with the name of the tincture blend and add the date.
Storage and Use
Store your tincture bottle in a cool dark place. Tinctures have a shelf life of 5 to 7 years depending on the quality of your storage conditions.
The recommended dosage for adults: 20 drops, 3 times daily with meals.