Herbal Tinctures

Agnus Castus Tincture (100 ml)

Support the symptoms of PMS (premenstrual syndrome) naturally that can show up as bloating, irritability and/or mood swings!What are the benefits of Vitex Agnus Castus Tincture?Historically, Vitex Agnus Castus (also known as Chasteberry) has been used to improve libido as it was seen as an aphrodisiac. Today, Vitex Agnus Castus herb is used where symptoms show up such as breast tenderness, bloating, mood swings and/or irritability due to PMS. The Wellness Practitioner Agnus Castus tincture can be taken daily at around the same time of day in the morning for maximum benefits. It may take 3 months for maximum benefit to take effect and should be taken for short periods of time.What is Vitex Agnus Castus?Vitex Agnus Castus is a herb that is native to the Mediterranean and Asia. The Vitex Agnus Castus fruit and seed are the parts that contain chemicals said to affect female hormones involved with the female reproductive cycle. The leaves are also sometimes used to make herbal medicine remedies. Why does this Agnus Castus Tincture contain alcohol?Alcohol is used as it is an excellent solvent for extracting herbal medicines. The amount of alcohol used in this herbal tincture is small and therefore does not have any intoxicating effects. All of The Wellness Practitioner range of herbal remedies and nutritional supplements have been tested for safety and quality independently. Who could benefit from taking this Agnus Castus Tincture?If you are experiencing uncomfortable symptoms caused by PMS or a more serious form of PMS called PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), such as bloating or mood changes. This information on the herbal remedy Agnus Castus is based on traditional use only.

£16.99

Ashwagandha Tincture (100 ml)

Bring a sense of calm and natural relaxation to your day!What are the benefits of Ashwagandha Tincture?Historically, Ashwagandha (also known as Withania or Indian Winter Cherry) has been used in a variety of ways: tonic, diuretic, aphrodisiac and astringent (to name a few). Today, the Ashwagandha herb is used to support a general sense of calm and relaxation when needed. Stress seems to be a common place in today’s society, so taking Ashwagandha herb alongside incorporating stress relieving activities such as yoga, meditation or simply walking in nature, may enhance the bodies ability to cope with stress. The Wellness Practitioner Ashwagandha Tincture can be taken for short periods during times of stress.What is Ashwagandha?Ashwagandha is a herb that is part of the nightshade family and is native to Solanaceae. This plant is a small shrub with light green flowers, simple leaves and bright red berries. It gets its name from a mixture of the Sanskrit words “ashva”, meaning horse, and “gandha” meaning smell - the latter reflecting the horse-like odour that the root has.Why does this Ashwagandha tincture contain alcohol?Alcohol is used as it is an excellent solvent for extracting herbal medicines. The amount of alcohol used in this herbal tincture is small and therefore does not have any intoxicating effects. All of The Wellness Practitioner range of herbal remedies and nutritional supplements have been tested for safety and quality independently. Who could benefit from taking this Ashwagandha Tincture?People experiencing occasional mild anxiety, stress and insomnia. This information on the herbal remedy Ashwagandha is based on traditional use only.

£16.99

Black Cohosh Tincture (100 ml)

Gentle support for menopausal symptoms including night sweats and temporary mood changes!What are the benefits of Black Cohosh Tincture?Historically, Black cohosh (also known as Actaea racemosa) was used to treat body pain, menstrual irregularities and fevers. The flowers and leaves were also often used as insect repellants.Today, the Black cohosh herb is used mostly for supporting women going through the menopause transition and the accompanying symptoms. Typically the root is the most common part used in herbal medicine in modern times. The Wellness Practitioner Black Cohosh Tincture is best taken at the same time on a daily basis for short periods of time.What is Black Cohosh?Black cohosh is a herb that is part of the buttercup family and is native to North America. This herb is dark brown and knobbly, with the root being used as medicine. Black cohosh is also not to be confused with Blue or White cohosh - these are totally unrelated plants. Why does this Black Cohosh Tincture contain alcohol?Alcohol is used as it is an excellent solvent for extracting herbal medicines. The amount of alcohol used in this herbal tincture is small and therefore does not have any intoxicating effects. All of The Wellness Practitioner range of herbal remedies and nutritional supplements have been tested for safety and quality independently. Who could benefit from taking this Black Cohosh Tincture?Females looking for gentle support of symptoms such as hot flashes and/or mood swings relating to the menopause transition also known as perimenopause. This information on the herbal remedy Black Cohosh is based on traditional use only.

£16.99
Black Walnut Tincture

Black Walnut Tincture (100 ml)

Increase omega 3 levels and reduce cellular damage!What are the benefits of Black Walnut Tincture?Historically, Black Walnut (also known as Juglans nigra) was used to treat fungal infections, parasitic infections, bacterial infections and viral infections as well as promoting a general sense of well being.Today, black walnut herb is used to support healthy cells and reduce cellular damage caused by oxidation. The Wellness Practitioner Black Walnut Tincture is rich in antioxidants and the hulls contain two main types of active compounds; juglone and tannins which can be taken daily for short periods of time.What is Black Walnut?Black Walnut is a species of deciduous tree in the walnut family and is native to North America. The Black Walnut tree is often described as elegant looking, with a tall trunk and long green finger-like leaves with whole walnuts growing in their pod beneath. It gets its name from the dark brown colour of its bark.Why does this Black Walnut tincture contain alcohol?Alcohol is used as it is an excellent solvent for extracting herbal medicines. The amount of alcohol used in this herbal tincture is small and therefore does not have any intoxicating effects. All of The Wellness Practitioner range of herbal remedies and nutritional supplements have been tested for safety and quality independently. Who could benefit from taking this Black Walnut tincture?For anyone looking to increase their antioxidant levels to help fight free radicals that have been linked to premature cellular ageing. It can also be used to promote a healthy intestinal environment and is a good source of vitamin C and omega 3 content. This information on the herbal remedy Black Walnut is based on traditional use only.

£16.99
Chamomile Tincture

Chamomile Tincture (100 ml)

Bring a little calm into your life!What are the benefits of Chamomile Tincture?Historically, Chamomile (also known as Chamomilla recutita), was used to bring feelings of calm to a person, aid sleep and help support digestion.Today, the Chamomile herb is used most commonly in tea form to obtain these same benefits, with tinctures like this offering an even easier way to access the benefits of chamomile. The Wellness Practitioner Chamomile Tincture can be taken during the day or at night before going to sleep as it has gentle relaxation effects that will not impact daytime functioning. What is Chamomile?Chamomile is the name given to one of several different species in the daisy family (known as the Asteraceae family) that is native to eastern and southern Europe as well as some parts of western Asia. The name chamomile comes from the Greek word “chamos” which means “ground”, due to growing so low on the ground, and “melos” which means “apple”, which refers to the apple-like scent when fresh chamomile blooms.Why does this Chamomile Tincture contain alcohol?Alcohol is used as it is an excellent solvent for extracting herbal medicines. The amount of alcohol used in this herbal tincture is small and therefore does not have any intoxicating effects. All of The Wellness Practitioner range of herbal remedies and nutritional supplements have been tested for safety and quality independently. Who could benefit from taking this Chamomile Tincture?When you need a moment of calm during the day, when you need help relaxing in the evening to aid a good night's sleep or when your digestion may need some support when experiencing flatulence or indigestion. This information provided on the herbal remedy Chamomile is based on traditional use only.

£16.99
Cloves Tincture

Cloves Tincture (100 ml)

Support intestinal health and oral health at the same time!What are the benefits of Cloves Tincture?Historically, Cloves (also known as Eugenia aromaticum), were used to preserve food, flavour and garnish food. Cloves were also used as a natural analgesic.Today, Cloves are still used as a natural analgesic (mostly in dentistry) for the relief of toothache and they can be used as a mouthwash, and to support a healthy intestinal health. The Wellness Practitioner Cloves Tincture can be taken daily for short periods of time.What are Cloves?Cloves is a type of herb that is the name given to a tropical evergreen tree Syzygium aromaticum from the Myrtaceae family, and are native to the Maluku Islands in Indonesia. The meaning of the name comes from the Latin word for nail “clavus” due to its shape. The dried flower buds, leaves and stems are used to make herbal remedies.Why does this Cloves Tincture contain alcohol?Alcohol is used as it is an excellent solvent for extracting herbal medicines. The amount of alcohol used in this herbal tincture is small and therefore does not have any intoxicating effects. All of The Wellness Practitioner range of herbal remedies and nutritional supplements have been tested for safety and quality independently. Who could benefit from taking this Cloves Tincture?For anyone who needs to support intestinal health especially when parasites may be present, as well as those looking to improve oral health. This information on the herbal remedy Cloves is based on traditional use only.

£16.99
Cloves Tincture

Cloves Tincture (100 ml)

Support intestinal health and oral health at the same time!What are the benefits of Cloves Tincture?Historically, Cloves (also known as Eugenia aromat...
£16.99
Dandelion Root Tincture

Dandelion Root Tincture (100 ml)

Relieve mild digestive symptoms and temporary loss of appetite naturally!What are the benefits of Dandelion Root Tincture?Historically, Dandelion root (also known as Bitterwort) was used to treat liver complaints. Native Americans would traditionally boil Dandelion in water and would drink it to treat kidney disease, digestive issues and skin problems. Today, Dandelion root herb is used to help relieve symptoms that occur from digestive disorders. The Wellness Practitioner Dandelion Root Tincture can be taken whenever digestive symptoms occur.What is Dandelion Root?Dandelion root is a herb that is part of the daisy family and is native to Europe commonly used as tea. This herb has a yellow round head and several green leaves surrounding its stem and gets its name from the French “dent de lion”, or “lion’s tooth”, which is referencing the leaves that are jagged.Why does this Dandelion Tincture contain alcohol?Alcohol is used as it is an excellent solvent for extracting herbal medicines. The amount of alcohol used in this herbal tincture is small and therefore does not have any intoxicating effects. All of The Wellness Practitioner range of herbal remedies and nutritional supplements have been tested for safety and quality independently. Who could benefit from taking this Dandelion Root Tincture?People who are experiencing symptoms such as flatulence, dyspepsia and a temporary loss of appetite due to mild digestive disorders. It may also be beneficial for helping to increase the amount of urine when needing to flush the bladder and support minor urinary tract complaints. This information on the herbal remedy Dandelion root is based on traditional use only.

£16.99
Devil's Claw Tincture

Devil's Claw Tincture (100 ml)

Get relief naturally from backache, muscle pain and joint pain!What are the benefits of Devil’s Claw Tincture?Historically, Devil’s Claw (also known as  Harpagophytum procumbens) was used in traditional African medicine to treat conditions such as back pain, digestive complaints and arthritis.Today, the devil’s claw plant is used to give relief naturally from back, muscle and joint pain. The Wellness Practitioner Devil’s Claw Tincture can be taken daily for short periods of time.What is Devil’s Claw?Devil’s Claw is a herb that is part of the sesame family and is native to South Africa. This flowering herb has a woody inner part that is surrounded by a flesh part and contains compounds in the root that are used as a herbal remedy. Devil's Claw gets its name from the small hooks that cover its fruit.Why does this Devil’s Claw Tincture contain alcohol?Alcohol is used as it is an excellent solvent for extracting herbal medicines. The amount of alcohol used in this herbal tincture is small and therefore does not have any intoxicating effects. All of The Wellness Practitioner range of herbal remedies and nutritional supplements have been tested for safety and quality independently. Who could benefit from taking this Devil’s Claw tincture?Adults of all ages, including the elderly, who are looking for a natural supportive treatment to reduce the pain that occurs from musculoskeletal disorders, as it is thought the compounds in Devil’s Claw root may help reduce inflammation and swelling that contributes towards the pain experienced. This information on the herbal remedy Devil’s Claw is based on traditional use only.

£16.99
Echinacea Tincture

Echinacea Tincture (100 ml)

Support your immune system and reduce symptoms of a cold or flu when they strike!What are the benefits of Echinacea Tincture?Historically, Echinacea (also known as Echinacea purpurea) has been used to help optimise the immune system and provide defence against the common cold and flu variants. Today, Echinacea herb has been studied widely and is one of the most popular herbs on the market. Recent studies have shown that Echinacea may help shorten the duration of a cold, reduce the severity of the symptoms or could possibly prevent it altogether. The Wellness Practitioner Echinacea tincture can be taken at the first signs and symptoms of a cold or the flu.What is Echinacea?Echinacea is extracted from the coneflower; which is a plant commonly found in North America. The part of the plant that is considered medicinal is the rootstalk. The name comes from the prickly scales found in the large conical seed head, which has been said to look like spines found on an angry hedgehog. “Echino”’ is Greek for “hedgehog”. Why does this Echinacea Tincture contain alcohol?Alcohol is used as it is an excellent solvent for extracting herbal medicines. The amount of alcohol used in this herbal tincture is small and therefore does not have any intoxicating effects. All of The Wellness Practitioner range of herbal remedies and nutritional supplements have been tested for safety and quality independently. Who could benefit from taking this Echinacea Tincture?When looking for symptomatic support from coughs, colds and infections that may be from influenza and upper respiratory tract conditions of a similar nature. This tincture may also be used to support the immune system and optimise its functioning. This information provided on the herbal remedy Echinacea is based on traditional use only.

£16.99