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What is a tincture?


Tinctures are liquid extracts made from herbs that you take orally (by mouth). They are usually extracted in alcohol but can sometimes be extracted with oils or glycerine. Because they are taken directly under the tongue, they enter the bloodstream much more directly than by any other means. This means that the action in the body is usually quicker. They are easy to use and provide very consistent dosing….

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