Nature’s Pharmatropia Ashwagandha Tincture
May assist with:
- Supporting and protecting the immune system
- Combating the effects of stress
- Improving memory, learning, and reaction time
- Reducing anxiety and depression
- Stabilizing blood sugars and lowering cholesterol
- Reducing brain-cell degeneration
- Aiding in treatment of inflammation.
The word Ashwagandha means ‘the grounded strength of a stallion’, which suggests it imparts vigour and strength. It is one of the most powerful herbs in Ayurvedic healing and has been used since ancient times.
20 mℓ dropper bottle
Directions for use
11 drops under the tongue 3 times a day or as needed
Locally distilled high frequency alcohol, Ashwagandha extract
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Nature’s Pharmatropia & Magick Mushroom Tinctures
The recorded history of mushrooms date back as far as the 29th century BC in “the Divine Farmer’s Materia Medica” from China. Their benefits to help maintain vitality and well-being were regarded so highly that in some cultures it was forbidden for anyone outside of Royal family to consume them. Reishi mushrooms were reserved for Chinese royalty because they were believed to increase longevity and to this day are served on Chinese New Year as a symbol of immortality. Mushrooms were also depicted in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and it was against the law to touch them. According to science, the connection between humans and mushrooms goes even deeper considering that mushrooms are in fact genetically closer to us than plants. Animals and fungi share a common ancestor as we genetically branched away from plants some 1.1 billion years ago. They are an essential part of the Earth’s ecosystem and play a vital role in its survival. Fungi form a small part of a larger network and can even allow trees to communicate. Mycelial networks allow plants and fungi to exchange goods, and help trees to communicate with each other. Older trees use their network of mycelia to nurture seedlings by transferring carbon to them helping them survive. As with plants, humans have also benefited from mushrooms throughout history. Not only do they benefit our diets, they provide us with powerful medicine. Pharmacological studies have revealed that fungal glycans show multiple physiological and health promoting effects, they are anti-tumorous, immune stimulating, anti-ageing, anti-oxidative, hypoglycemia corrective, anti-radiation, mood enhancing and much more.
|Dimensions||3 × 3 × 6 cm|