Beet Berry Spagyric Tincture
  • Beet Berry Spagyric Tincture

    Beet Berry is also sometimes called Strawberry Spinach and its scientific name is Chenopodium folosium. It is in the same family as Goosefoot/Lamb's Quarter and its leaves are often times used as a Spinach Substitute, especially among specialty chefs. Beet Berry is native to Tibet and usually only grows in disturbed soils and marginal mountain slopes. Though the leaves are most commonly used, when raw, they contain lots of saponins and oxalic acid, making them rather toxic. Some people use the leaves to rid the body of hookworms and other parasites, but this can be rather dangerous. 


    The Actual Berry, which has a very insipid flavor that is very difficult to distinguish what tastes or properties it might have. Regardless, the fruit is beautiful and looks akin to a small thimbleberry with a strawberry shape. Bright red in color, it is very attractive. We grew these Beet Berries in 2015 in our Biodynamic Garden, harvested and dried them at low temperatures, and then made a Spagyric Tincture of ONLY the Fruits for research purposes. What effects the Spagyric Tincture has is still not determined, but we get the sense that they are rich in ketones, lacking glucose, and therefore may be useful in a number of Liver Diseases and Pancreatic Disorders. This is purely conjecture and based on our own anectodotal use as absolutely NO scientific research can be found on the berries or their nutritional profile. 

    • Bottle Size:

      Customers Can Choose Between 1mL and 4mL Bottles. The bottles are amber glass and have an orifice reducer in the bottle that creates a built-in dropper. The black cap screws on over the top of that, creating an air-tight seal.

      To remove the product from the bottle, unscrew the black cap, turn the product upside down, and use a finger to tap the bottle once for each desired drop to be released. When the bottle is upside down, product will only be released if it is tapped. So the number of taps will equal the number of drops. 


      1mL Bottle contains roughly 20 drops. 


      4mL Bottle contains rougly 80-90 drops.


      For Further Questions, Please Contact Phoenix Aurelius

    • Application Data

      Those who would like Personal Application Data for this Formulation are encouraged to purchase a Spagyric Application Analysis




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