Bob Burdekin, AES, CHHP
Herbal-Based Tinctures: A Natural Way to Correct Nutritional Deficiencies
Nutritional deficiencies are a common problem, affecting millions of people around the world. They can be caused by a variety of factors, including poor diet, malabsorption, and certain medical conditions. Nutritional deficiencies can lead to a variety of health problems, including fatigue, weakness, anemia, and impaired immune function.
There are several ways to correct nutritional deficiencies, including diet, supplementation, and medication. Herbal-based tinctures are a natural and effective way to correct nutritional deficiencies.
Country Doctor Herbals tinctures have been created by a certified Master Herbalist and rely on being propriety, meaning that they are available only through Country Doctor Herbals or an authorized practitioner. These tinctures are made by steeping herbs in alcohol or vinegar for a minimum period of three months. The liquid extracts nutrients from the herbs, making them more bioavailable. This means that your body can more easily absorb and use the nutrients in the tinctures. The true value of the Country Doctor Herbals tinctures lies in the fact that they are not available over the counter at your local store, and to reinforce, they are only available through properly vetted practitioners by Country Doctor Herbals.
Herbal tinctures are available for a variety of nutritional deficiencies, including:
Iron deficiency anemia
Vitamin D deficiency
Herbal tinctures are generally safe and well-tolerated. However, it is important to talk to your doctor before taking any herbal tinctures, especially if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have any underlying health conditions.
Here are some of the benefits of using herbal-based tinctures to correct nutritional deficiencies:
Natural and safe
Easy to find
Easy to use
If you are experiencing a nutritional deficiency, herbal-based tinctures may be a safe and effective way to correct it. Talk to us at New Wave Therapy to find the right tincture for you.
Here are some additional tips for using herbal-based tinctures:
Start with a low dose that is recommended by an authorized practitioner.
Best not to take tinctures on an empty stomach, due to the possibility of upset.
Store tinctures in a cool, dark place, and they will last for years.
Quality tinctures can become cloudy or change color due to the sentiment of herbal properties.
If you have any questions or concerns about using herbal-based tinctures, consult with the practitioner at New Wave Therapy or a qualified herbalist.