Heart Elixir

berriesAn infusion of Crataegus laevigata, Hawthorn leaves & berries, heart elixir promotes healthy heart, maintains cholesterol level in a body and regulates blood pressure when taken regularly. The leaves and berries are both powerful antioxidant.

Coming from the Rosaceae or Rose family, Hawthorn has a long history of being associated with healing both physical as well as emotional heart. Hawthorn supports cardiovascular system, strengthens heart and is a powerful heart tonic. Emotionally, Hawthorn has been used for healing heart related issues and is supportive during periods of loss, grief and depression when taken regularly.

Heart Elixir is an infusion of organic Crataegus laevigata Hawthorn leaves & berries, 65% Ethanol (Grain alcohol) & 35% raw honey.

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Adult dosage: 2 dropper full twice a day. Take directly on tongue or dilute with glass of water, juice or herbal tea.

Heart Elixir

Available in 2 oz bottles. Price is inclusive of shipping +tax.

$19.00

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Ethanol content makes it best for adults above the age of 16.

*Note: Alcohol percentage lessens or diminishes once diluted in water. 1 dropper full of tincture might consist of 0.1% of alcohol amount. The other way to completely extract trace of alcohol from an alcohol based herbal supplement is, to dilute in a little amount of hot water. The hot water evaporates alcohol from the supplement completely, then you can add it in a glass of cold water. Also taken with herbal tea, alcohol will evaporate from the supplement.

However, for a completely non alcoholic version, I also make elixir or other herbal supplements with Apple cider vinegar or Vegetable Palm Glycerine. While making an order, just mention, non alcoholic in the note or write to me. I’m sometimes out of stock with certain herbal supplements. Non alcoholic herbal supplements will be usually safer to use for age 4 and above.

 

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