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Herbal tinctures are very potent and should therefore be consumed as directed.

The usual dosage is 0.5-1ml (about 10-20 drops per day).

They should not be consumed during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Ginger is rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory Various research shows that ginger has a strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effect. Antioxidants act as our body's protection against free radicals. Free radicals are extremely reactive substances, which are produced naturally by our body's metabolism. They react very readily with various tissues, including DNA tissue. Anti-inflammatory substances can reduce the levels of inflammation in our body, thus reducing the damage it will cause.


A relatively new action of cinnamon was discovered a few years ago by American scientists.

It was later confirmed by clinical research.

They found that even half a teaspoon of cinnamon tea was able to effectively lower blood sugar levels in diabetics.

The great Greek physician Hippocrates said two and a half thousand years ago:

"If people lived right and ate right, medicine wouldn't exist and wouldn't exist for this simple reason: there wouldn't be disease."

Cinnamon is an ancient herbal medicine and as they say "more precious than gold"

The active ingredients of cinnamon are:

volatile oil up to 4% - cinnamaldehyde 65-75%, eugenol 4-10%


coumarins ,

slippage .


The common sage ( Salviaofficinalis ) belongs to the mint family, along with oregano, rosemary, basil and thyme. It is often used in cooking because it flavors food, being a key herb for various cuisines around the world. The decoction of the plant has been used since ancient times to treat various diseases. The botanical name Salvia comes from the Latin " salvere " meaning "to heal", which indicates healing properties. Charlemagne had ordered it to be planted in the vegetable gardens and monastery gardens. The French call it Greek tea and the Chinese Greek drink, considering it better than tea.

Traditional health uses of sage include: indigestion, stomach problems, mouth and throat inflammations, coughs and excessive sweating, including that associated with menopause. Indeed, the plant has antibacterial activity against several gram-negative or gram- positive bacteria. That is why it is used as a natural pesticide and added as a preservative to many food products. It acts on the central nervous system and is considered a brain tonic. Animal studies have shown that it reduces high blood pressure (hypertension). Antidiabetic activity has also been reported but confirmation is needed.

Loaded with Antioxidants

This aromatic herb contains over 160 polyphenols . Chlorogenic acid, caffeic acid, rosmarinic acid, ellagic acid and rutin are found in sage. Among the flavonoids it contains the most common are luteolin , apigenin , kaempferol and quercetin . These compounds are considered beneficial to human health. Antioxidants can neutralize potentially harmful free radicals that are linked to chronic diseases.


Its various beneficial properties and applications explain why elderberry belongs to the most popular herbs from ancient times to the present day. Its healing properties were made known by Hippocrates, while Dioscorides mentions that they made tea with its leaves to reduce phlegm and poultices for skin inflammations and burns. Its valuable components It is rich in vitamins A, B, C, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, amino acids and a multitude of phytochemical substances (betulin, flavonoids, anthocyanins, glycosides, tannins, quercetin, rutin and β-carotene). These phytochemical substances are found in its flowers and fruit and have antiviral and antioxidant effects. Also, the essential oil from its flowers contains a significant amount of free fatty acids, which are particularly beneficial for cardiovascular health. Respiratory: It has expectorant properties and is therefore used to treat respiratory diseases such as bronchitis and asthma. Heart: Limited clinical trials have shown that elderberry may help lower "bad" LDL cholesterol while increasing "good" HDL cholesterol, which is especially beneficial for heart health. Colds: Used to treat cold symptoms. It relieves nasal congestion, brings down fever and soothes headaches, sore throats and coughs. Detoxification: Its phytochemical components have laxative and diuretic properties, which help eliminate toxins from the body.In scientific studies conducted they used elderberry extract to treat herpes virus and HIV virus. The results of the research showed that elderberry extract was able to stop the replication of the herpes virus and reduce the infectivity of HIV.


Peppermint is a spice that comes from the Mentha plantPiperita , related to mint ( MenthaViridis or Mentha the green) and the spearmint ( MenthaPylegium or Peppermint ) The name mint comes from the Latin word mentha , which in turn comes from the Greek word minthi . In ancient times Mint was a mountain of Triphylia and a nymph of Hades and the plant was dedicated to Hades . From ancient times until today it has been used extensively as an aromatic in cooking, winemaking and pharmaceuticals.

What are its properties?

In the digestive system

Effectively relieves a multitude of digestive problems. Helps with indigestion, flatulence, colic, diarrhea. Essential oil capsules are used to treat irritable bowel syndrome. Removes the feeling of vomiting and nausea in those who travel or in pregnant women .

In the cold

It is ideal to be used for inhalations in cases of nasal congestion and runny nose from colds and flu.

Mild antispasmodic

Relieves dysmenorrhea and dysmenorrhoea. Recommended for headache, migraine, vertigo and insomnia.


It has a significant aphrodisiac effect, but it assumes that it will be consumed in very large quantities, because in small doses it has the opposite effect.

Other actions

It stimulates liver function and is cholagogue. Helps with nephrolithiasis.

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The tinctures retain all the active ingredients of the herb, are particularly simple to take and completely natural. They are undoubtedly superior to dietary supplements in pill form, as they do not contain chemicals and preservatives and are absorbed much more efficiently by the body.

50ml package containing Tincture Mixture with Elderberry, Peppermint, Sage, Cinnamon, Ginger.

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