Dandelion Root Tincture 1 oz

$ 13.00

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Dandelion Root Tincture - For digestive and eliminatory system support.

This extract is made from fresh dandelion roots which have been harvested from my pesticide and herbicide-free home permaculture garden, processed by hand and extracted in certified organic cane alcohol. The milky substance is inulin, a prebiotic, which is beneficial for the gut flora. Give it a good shake before using.

The labels are hand written because the tinctures are produced in micro batches and the information may vary from batch to batch. What you get from this type of production is a high level of quality and care, and a more intimate experience with the spirit of the plant.

Ingredients: Extractives of fresh dandelion root (Taraxicum officinale) in 45% certified organic cane alcohol, distilled water

Directions: Adults take 30-40 drops diluted in 2 fl oz water 4x daily.


-Comes in a 1 fl oz amber glass bottle with dropper.

-Tinctures are macerated 2-6 months for maximum potency.

-Alcohol-based extracts may last 3-5 years if stored in a cool place out of light (like a cabinet).

-Bottles containing herbal extracts have been sterilized and sealed with plastic shrink wrap, please do not use the product if it has been removed or tampered with.

-Glass bottle is recyclable.



All information provided about the herbs used is for educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases or illnesses.

Please check for allergies to ingredients in the products, and follow instructions. Chickadee Apothecary, LLC is not responsible for the improper use, reactions, or results of how you use this product. Please do appropriate research and understand the effects, contraindications, dosage, etc. about the listed product before you purchase or use it. This is especially important if you are ill, pregnant, or nursing, administering it to children, or the elderly. If you are taking medications or other herbal supplements/remedies, please consult your physician about adding herbals to your health regimen.

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