Yarrow Tincture Homemade

Yarrow is a strong antiseptic, styptic analgesic with astringent properties, making it an excellent herb to use on wounds.

Fresh yarrow leaves and flowers 100 proof vodka

Follow Directions for Alcohol Tinctures Using Fresh Herbs. Add 31 dropperfuls of yarrow tincture to soak water or apply directly to the wound area. Yield varies depending on the size of the jar in which you make the tincture.

Calendula Tincture with Fresh Blossoms Damaged/Infected

Calendula helps heal cuts, bruises and scrapes, as well as split cuticles.

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