Sage helps control sweating and is used in case of hot flashes
It also has interesting properties to soothe digestive disorders
Drink 3 x 30 drops per day in a glass of water or fruit juice.
One bottle is sufficient for a 15 day treatment.
Bottle of 50 ml.
Salvia officinalishydroalcoholic extract 100% (alcohol*, sage* (flowering aerial part), water).
*Ingredients from Organic Farming.
How is a tincture obtained?
A mother tincture is a concentrated hydroalcoholic plant extract with a very high content of active principles.
Tinctures Biover are mainly (>70%) produced from fresh plants from controlled organic cultivation as far as possible. Depending on the moisture content and species, up to 750 g of fresh plants are used per litre of tincture.
A fresh plant releases its contents best when dissolved. However, the use of fresh plants is not always possible or desirable. The borage tincture, for example, is made from dried 2-year-old bark.
The plants are finely chopped as soon as they are harvested and macerated in alcohol (= cold infusion) for at least 3 weeks. Alcohol is not only an ideal solvent for the extraction of the active ingredients, it is also technically pure and an excellent preservative. By stirring the mixture daily, the dissolution of the active ingredients is stimulated.
After this period, the maceration is decanted and the plant residues are pressed out so that only a compact mass of mainly cellulose remains. After filtration of the liquid phase, a clear solution with a minimum of 45% alcohol is obtained. Afterwards, the tincture is analysed to check its conformity to the standards.
The tinctures Biover are produced according to the prescriptions of a pharmacopoeia specifying among other things the part of the plant used (seed, leaf, flower,...) and the percentage of alcohol so that the preparation is always uniform.
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