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Feverfew Tincture 100ml

Feverfew Tincture 100ml

Feverfew Tincture 100ml

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Latin Name: Tanacetum parthenium

  • Long History of Traditional Use
  • Nervous System Support
  • Feverfew Tincture is the active constituents of the Tanacetum Parthenium plant extracted into ethanol.
  • This traditional method maintains and preserves the naturally-occurring constituents found in the plant. It extends the shelf life for up to 4 years.
  • Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans.
  • Packaged in a pharmacopeial grade brown glass bottle with dropper.
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  • Quality & Manufacture

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Feverfew Tincture 100ml from Indigo Herbs is made from exceptionally high quality Feverfew Plants which have been used as a traditional remedy for centuries.

Feverfew Tincture can be added to a little liquid and taken daily. At Indigo Herbs we are passionate about premium quality botanicals. Explore the tabs on this page to find out more about the quality, manufacture and suggested use of this herb. We are unable to advise you here on the benefits of our herbal products, however we do recommend you take the opportunity to research the many benefits of this herb. At Indigo Herbs we are committed to empowering optimum health and nutrition and assisting you to take responsibility for your own health and wellbeing, by having access to many of nature’s healing botanicals. Please consult a Herbal Practitioner as to how this product can benefit you.

Also known as: Feverfew

Taking herbal remedies in a Tincture or Fluid extract preparation is simple and easy. The tincture can be measured out into the small ml measuring cup that comes with each bottle. (A medicine cup or spoon could also be used) and the tincture can be taken directly.

However some people do find the bitter tincture taste to be too strong, so it may be a good idea to dilute the drops in water or fruit juice. For children, the elderly, those with a sensitive constitution or those avoiding alcohol, the alcohol can be evaporated from the tincture. This can be done by putting the drops in boiling water and leaving for 10 minutes to evaporate. For full instructions go to our How to take Herbal Tincture page.

Feverfew Tincture can be added to water or fruit juice and taken daily.

Traditionally Taken: 2-3ml taken 2-3 times per day.

Or as directed by a Herbal Practitioner.

20 drops from the glass dropper equals approximately 1ml.

The Feverfew plants used to make Indigo Herbs Feverfew Tincture undergo stringent checks to ensure all plants develop to their fullest potential whilst adhering to exceptionally high quality standards. After careful selection and cleaning the plant material undergoes a process of cold percolation in order to extract the active constituents into tincture form. The cold percolation method employs a gradient circulation of the solution which keeps the plant ingredients in perpetual contact with the ethanol. This technique is faster and more efficient than maceration and ensures there is less waste of precious plant materials. This premium quality product is manufactured to GMP standards and Quality Assured by Indigo Herbs. It is 100% pure botanical ingredients, completely free of synthetic ingredients with absolutely nothing added.

Pregnant women are recommended to avoid any decoction of Feverfew entirely as it might lead to uterine contraction, resulting in miscarriage. Lactating mothers and children below two years of age should not take this infusion.

For all other health conditions always seek advice from a qualified Herbal Practitioner.

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