Spirit Of The Bee Allergy Tincture 2oz
Inspired by my loved ones who struggle with seasonal allergies, I began crafting this blend in April of this year, as soon as the beautiful apple tree on our Land went into bloom. With the same premise in mind, that local honey is excellent for allergies due to the gentle exposure to accumulated pollens, I harvested a basketful of apple blossoms, leaving tons behind for the buzzing bees swarming the tree in gratitude for their first good meal of the season. If the pollinators were buzzing around the apple blossoms, then the pollen they were covered in from their various wandering, must too be on the apple blossoms. I then harvested the first up dandelions of spring, also being loved by the bees, and began the first part of this tincture brewing. I allowed those to infuse for over 8 weeks, shaking them up with love every day. I then went foraging again for the current pollinator packed plants and added borage flowers to the mix along with stinging nettles and bee balm, allowing for that time period of pollen to become infused into the tincture. An ever evolving alchemical blend. Intended to be taken at the first sign of allergic symptoms. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.
Dose: Best taken by placing 2 droppers full into a 2oz glass of water or tea and enjoying. If concerned about the alcohol content within a tincture, place your 2 droppers full into a freshly boiled cup of tea and allow to sit for 5 minutes, this will allow time for the heat of your tea to help evaporate off the alcohol in the tincture, while imparting the medicine into your tea cup. Intended for Adult consumption only.
Ingredients: Organic Apple Blossoms, Organic Dandelion Leaf Flower and Root, Organic Stinging Nettles, Organic Borage Flowers, Organic Beebalm Leaf and Flower, Organic Gluten Free Alcohol