Panacea Lavender Tincture

Panacea Lavender Tincture

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Lavender tincture is derived from the lavender plant and is known for its calming and relaxing properties. It can be used to treat anxiety, insomnia, and skin irritation. Lavender tincture is also a natural antiseptic and can help support oral health. Read more
Organic: 100%
Key ingredients: Lavender

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Why it's good for you

Lavender tincture is a versatile remedy that can be used in a variety of ways. For anxiety and stress relief, it can be added to a diffuser or mixed with carrier oil and applied topically to the temples, neck, and wrists. For insomnia, a few drops can be added to a warm bath or a pillow spray. Lavender tincture can also be used to soothe skin irritation and promote wound healing by applying it directly to the affected area. For oral health, it can be added to a mouthwash or used as a natural breath freshener by diluting it with water and swishing it around the mouth. It is important to follow dosage instructions and consult with a healthcare professional before using lavender tincture, especially if pregnant or nursing.

1. Shake the bottle well before using to ensure that the nettle extract is evenly distributed.
2. You can consume the tincture straight, but if you prefer, you can dilute it in water, juice, or another beverage of your choice.
varies based on concentration and age, but generally ranges between 45 to 90 drops per day divided into 3 doses. Extra tip: It is suggested to take a break from using tinctures after 3 weeks of continuous use, or to use them for 2 months and then take a month
They can be stored for up to 5 years if kept in a hermetically sealed bottle under proper conditions.
Tinctures, due to their higher concentration of active ingredients and immediate absorbability, are deemed more effective than herbal mixtures.
Although tinctures have beneficial therapeutic effects, they also have potential side effects, and require careful administration, especially if used concurrently with anticoagulants or medication for stomach ulcers.
It is not advisable to use tinctures in children or pregnant women, or in individuals with liver issues (cirrhosis), due to their alcohol content.
For proper administration of tinctures, it is important to consult a physician or pharmacist.

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