This tincture stars six herbs, five of which are chosen for their nutritive qualities. Nettles contribute Vitamins A and C and readily absorbed minerals like calcium, silicon, and potassium. Alfalfa lends beta-carotene, Vitamin K, some of the B complex vitamins, and numerous amino acids. Red raspberry leaf, though most commonly known as a tonic herb for women, is also a wonderfully nutritive herb for children! It's a source of important minerals like calcium, iron, manganese, and magnesium. Oatstraw contributes important minerals such as chromium, silicon, and magnesium. Rose hips are a concentrated source of Vitamin C and also provide Vitamins A and E. Mullein is a gentle herb that works well for children's health and provides important minerals like magnesium, potassium, and sulfur. Spearmint is added for flavor in this recipe.

 Disclaimer: These products have not been evaluated by the FDA. The statements are for educational purposes only. These products are not intended to treat, cure, diagnose, or prevent and disease. Please consult your doctor before using. If you are pregnant or nursing, please consult your doctor before using.

Herbal Tinctures (extracts): 95% of herbs used are ORGANIC. The base of tinctures is glycerine and alcohol (small percentage). Alcohol is what is used to extract the medicinal properties of the herbs that other liquids cannot do. It also acts as a preservative and quickly allows tincture to enter the blood stream. The amount of alcohol per dose is not much more then the amount in 2 ripe bananas. Please do your own research when using tinctures...or any medicine for that matter.

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