Stressed? Lavender. Anxious? Lavender. Headache? Lavender. Starting to fight a head cold? Lavender. This lavender tincture is simply beautiful. We've infused lavender buds (lavandula angustifolia) in alcohol for 4-6 weeks extracting the active constituents. An incredible scent and flavor to help with tension headaches, stress, nerves and cold and allergy symptoms.
I tend to carry all of my stress/tension in my shoulders which are either rounded or up to my ears. ALL THE TIME. When I feel it becoming painful or encouraging a tension headache, I add a dropperful of lavender tincture in water. The scent helps to relax and the flavor is gentle, not overpowering, and gives relief to the headache AND the stress.
INGREDIENTS: Dried Lavender Flowers steeped in alcohol for 4-6 weeks or longer.
DIRECTIONS: Add 1 dropperful (20 to 30 Drops) to an 8oz of glass of water, tea, or liquid of your choice to assist with tension headaches, stress, anxiety, cold symptoms.
IF YOU ARE PREGNANT, THINKING OF BECOMING PREGNANT OR NURSING, CONTACT YOUR PHYSICIAN BEFORE USING. KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
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You may notice that the dropper has a dark residue near the bottom.
Not to worry! What may seem to be mold in the dropper most definitely is NOT mold.
This "yuck" is completely normal. It's residue resulting from sediment of extracted herbs. Our tinctures contain actual herb particles and this residue is typical of herbal liquid extracts, and in no way compromises the quality of the tincture. Sediment often collects inside and around the dropper and shaking the bottle prior to use can help release some of the particles. The dark color is from the herbs in each product and can vary in color from a green, to dark brown or black.
Shake your tinctures before using. If you haven't used your tincture in a while, shake it up or try to give it a shake once a week