Part with Pain Tincture

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Part with nerve and muscle pains. Strong plants for relaxing musculoskeletal tension or pain associated with general body aces. They are potent nerve relaxing plants to unwind & reduce tension. Works well after a hard day of physical work, play or incase of an injury. These plants have a slight sedating quality.

Suggested Use: Take 20-30 drops as needed 1-3 x day on the tongue or in water. Works great in the evening or before bed as can be slightly sedating for some individuals.

Ingredients: Pedicularis (Pedicularis bracteosa), California Poppy (Eschscholzia californica), Western Pasque Flower (Anemone occidentalis) Wild Lettuce (Lactuca serriola) & Wild Ginger (Asarum caudatum) in grain alcohol & filtered water 

Key Benefits:

- unwinds nerve tension

- strong muscle relaxant 

- works quickly

Fresh Plants | 1:3 70% alc. | Gluten Free



    Part with Pain Tincture
    Part with Pain Tincture

    Disclaimer: These products are not intended to treat, cure or prevent any diseases.

    • Ethical Harvesting

      highest standards for lowest ecological impact

    • Fresh Plants

      harvested in season & processed
      immediately for highest quality

    • Sustainability

      environmentally conscious practices,
      packaging & shipping

    • Hand Crafted

      each product is uniquely formulated & intentionally made


    What are tinctures?

    A traditional form of herbal medicine using alcohol to extract the medicinal constituents of plants. They are concentrated easy to take herbal remedies.

    How do you take tinctures?

    You drop them right on top of your tongue, holding in your mouth for a few seconds before swallowing. If the taste is too strong, drop them in a small glass of water to drink. Easy to take with or without food.

    How do I store them?

    On the counter at room temperature. Place them in a location which reminds you to take them such as the kitchen, bedroom or bathroom.

    Can I give tinctures to children?

    Yes tinctures are safe for kids at a lower dose. Give one drop for every year of how old they are. I recommend dropping the tincture in water to dilute the taste of alcohol.

    What is the expiry date?

    There is 5 year expiry date on them; however, tinctures are well preserved in alcohol and can last many years.

    How much do you take?

    The standard dose for tinctures is 20-30 drops 3 x day. You can start small with 5-10 drops if you are sensitive to medicine, then work your way up to 30 drops to find the right dose for you. If you are looking for more of the emotional qualities of plants you can take 1-3 drops.

    Are tinctures Gluten Free?

    Yes! The alcohol is made form 100% Alberta & Saskatchewan grain and through the distillation process no gluten molecules pass though. Every thing is processed in a sanitary kitchen. Clients with celiac disease use my tinctures.