Great News! We have added about 2 dozen new products to our website. Most of them are Single Herb Tinctures, which we will feature on this blog post. We also added some Compound Tinctures, Mushroom Tinctures, as well as two new herbal salves to our line-up.

As always, we thank you for your continued interest in our herbal products and support of our business as we enter our 6th year. It sure has been interesting, and we are so grateful for all our new friends! 


Artichoke LeafCynara scolymus. 1:4 – 60%. Digestive bitters, aids in the production of bile, toning to the liver & gall bladder, regenerative and protective. Antioxidant. May help lower cholesterol. Dosage: 30-90 drops up to 3x day.


AvenaA. sativa. Made from the green stems and milky tops of oat grass. Contains antioxidants which have been shown to improve blood flow to the heart and brain. Helps relieve stress by reducing inflammatory cytokines and certain enzymes which can induce depression. Dosage: 10-20 drops 4x day.


CalendulaC. officinalis. 1:2 – 95%. Made from the whole flower, this tincture is anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, helps soften lymph congestion. Dilute for external use. Do not use during pregnancy. Dosage: 5-30 drops up to 4x day.


Gingko Leaf G. biloba. 1:5 – 60%. Increases blood flow to the brain and decreases platelet aggregation. Increases micro-circulation, used for memory enhancement. May increase menstrual bleeding and inhibit ovulation. Dosage: 20-60 drops 4x day.


Gou Teng “Vines & Hooks”Uncaria sinensis, U. rhyncophylla. 1:5 – 45%. Used in TCM for hypertension. Neuroprotective extracts have been clinically shown to be beneficial against ischemic brain injury, reducing oxidative damage to neural tissue. Dosage: 10-20 drops up to 4x day.

Gou Teng : hook vine : stems of gambir vine; gambir, uncaria vine : Herbs :


Hops FlowersHumulus lupus. 1:5 – 65%. Sedative, anti-spasmodic, nervine, analgesic. Used for indigestion and colic, neuralgia, painful menstruation. Phyto-estrogenic, especially if used often. Dosage: 30-90 drops as needed.


Mullein LeafVerbascum thapsus. 1:5 – 50%. Anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic. Used to relieve bronchitis, bronchial congestion, coughs, hoarseness. Dosage: 10-40 drops 4x day as needed.


Oregon Grape RootMahonia aquifolium. 1:2 – 95%. Anti-microbial. Used for infectious conditions involving the respiratory system, urinary tract, and GI tract, also for skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and acne. Contains berberine, which is also found in golden seal, goldthread and barberry. Dosage: 10-60 drops 1-4x day.

Mahonia aquifolium - Wikipedia


Red Sage Root (Dan Shen)Salvia miltorrhizae. 1:5 – 45%. TCM hypotensive most frequently used for the treatment of cardiovascular disease, angina and ischemia, also for artherosclerosis. Antioxidant, kidney and liver protective. Dosage: 10-60 drops 1-4x day.



Sarsaparilla RootSmilax glabra. 1:5 – 60%. Anti-inflammatory used for psoriasis, arthritis, rheumatism, can also be used externally. Said to boost testosterone in both women and men. Binds to endotoxins in the gut to prohibit their absorption. Synergistic, works well with other herbs. Dosage: 30-90 drops up to 3x day.

Smilax glabra (Cat Brier, Chinaroot, China Root, Chin-lao-shu, Greenbrier, Jackson Brier, Kuang-yen-pa-hsieh, Sarsaparilla, Shan Ku'ei-lai, Shiny Leaf Smilax, Ti-hu-ling, Tufuling, Tu Fu-Ling) | North Carolina Extension Gardener Plant Toolbox


White Willow BarkSalix alba. 1:5 – 30%. Analgesic, anti-inflammatory. Used for headache, rheumatic pain, chronic pain. Do not use in conjunction with blood thinners. Dosage: 10-60 drops 1-4x day as needed.

White willow / Salix alba –


Yellow Dock RootRumex crispus. 1:5 – 50%. Digestive support, encourages peristalsis. It is a bitter herb containing anthraquinone glycosides, which has a laxative effect. Stimulates bile and digestive enzymes. Dosage: 30-75 drops 3x day.

Yellow Dock: Pictures, Flowers, Leaves & Identification | Rumex crispus


Remember when taking herbal tinctures to put them into a small glass of water (rather than straight into your mouth). Our next blog post will feature the Compound Tinctures we offer, both the new ones and the ones we’ve carried all along. Compound Tinctures are a combination of two or more herbs to make a synergistic blend, each herb the better for having a suitable companion.