Blood Cleansing Tincture
Blood tincture helps cleanse accumulated toxins, pathogens, harmful microorganisms and parasites from the blood and lymphatic system.
Positively affects skin diseases, allergies, bad cholesterol, gout, anemia and other blood-related ailments.
burdock root, red clover, dandelion root, yellow dock root, mullein, parsley (fresh), lobelia, ginger (fresh) + gluten-free vodka
Burdock root is one of the best blood and liver purifiers, reduces swelling around joints, aids in detoxification, rids body of toxins and mucus, promotes kidney function, helps remove acid buildup especially sulfuric, phosphoric and uric acids.
Red clover stimulates the cleansing of the lymphatic system, is an amazing blood cleanser, is an effective herb for the treatment of psoriasis and eczema and other diseases associated with mucous congestion. Red clover is also a treatment for various types of cancer when combined with chaparral, poke rot, burdock root, dandelion root, Oregon grape root, echinacea root, sarsaparilla root, sassafras and stillingia root.
Dandelion root is loaded with antioxidants, reduces fluid retention, provides potassium, calcium and iron. Dandelion is one of the best liver cleansers; it increases the activity of the liver, the flow of bile into the intestines and increases the activity of the pancreas and the spleen and helps open urinary passages. This highly nutritive root is also one of the best blood purifiers and builders available which helps to restore and balance the blood.
Yellow dock root is a blood purifier, great detoxifier for the liver, stimulates bile production which helps with digestion, stimulates bowel movement, removes lingering wastes from the intestinal tract, eliminates toxins through urination. This herb helps cleanse, purify and build up the blood along with toning the entire system. It is high in Vitamin C and one of the richest sources of iron, making it one of the best blood builder herbs around. It has been used since ancient times to treat "bad blood", especially related to chronic skin issues. Yellow Dock is also an excellent cleanser of the lymphatic system and contains bitter compounds that act as a mild laxative, increasing the production of digestive fluids and enzymes, especially bile. It also contains astringent compounds that shrink inflamed tissues. This herb is an excellent herbal source of Vitamin A & C, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and selenium.
Mullein soothes mucus membranes, kills bacteria and is an anti-inflammatory.
Parsley (fresh) is a great detoxifier and is rich in iron. Parsley also aid the kidneys in the clearance of wastes products.
Lobelia works as a catalyst in improving blood flow.
Ginger (fresh) is rich is rich antioxidants which help keep your immune system healthy. Ginger has been shown to increase circulation in the body, which reduces the overall blood pressure throughout the body. Ginger also potassium, a mineral that has been found to help lower blood pressure. Ginger helps reduce the overall amount of inflammation in the body. Ginger helps reduce blood sugar levels.
As a result of illnesses, active overloading, diet (and the regular overuse of meat and fat) as well as reduced water consumption, various microorganisms exist in our blood. These pests and the substances that they emit, such as lactic acid, bad cholesterol and various toxins, “rot” in our blood; causing many serious diseases. These microorganisms feed on the beneficial substances intended to feed our cells. In some cases, they turn into ‘bloodsuckers’, consuming red and white blood cells.
Our blood is a major transporter of bodily wastes. In order to activate the excretion process (removal of wastes), it is necessary to cleanse the blood of these harmful materials.
Did you know there is more alcohol content in a ripe banana than there is in the average dose of a tincture made with 80 proof vodka (which is 60/20 water/alcohol per drop)?
If you are still concerned, you can simply put your dose into a cup of warm water to evaporate the minuscule amounts of alcohol.
That is called inulin, and insoluble fiber that plants produce. This accumulation is more common in roots than in leaves or if a plant is stressed for various reasons, they’ll produce more. Nothing to worry about, inulin is very beneficial in that it helps move the herbal properties further into the digestive tract. Shake well before use.
Plants can be powerful allies, when used responsibly.
Although most herbal preparations are safe and effective, it is important to note that there may be potential side effects (allergies) and individual results may vary. Creating a relationship with their vital energy plays a large role in the symbiotic partnership toward healing and physical well-being.
There is no way to know any particular body will react to any substance. When you are taking herbs, you are your own primary care giver and you must be vigilant of your own health. Consult with an herbalist or primary care provider and do your research, so that you can become an knowledgable and compassionate caretake of your own body.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.