St John's Wort Rarified Tincture
A Rarified Spagyric Tincture is a Tincture that has purified or removed certain components of the Fixed Sulfur of a plant while keeping certain expressions. Most usually, the Fixed Sulfur is Boiled in Water and Filtered. Both portions are Ethanol Soluble, but it is up to the artist to determine which they like and if there are further purifications necessary after that. This version kept the Ethanol Soluble Version only and discarded the Water-Soluble Hypericin and other 'Red Color'. This Tincture is a Golden Yellow.
This was done deliberately as one of the contraindications of St John's Wort is for women on Birth Control. The mechanism by which Hypercin and Hypericine work interfere with the effectiveness of Birth Control. The goal with this product was to make a Spagyric St John's Wort expression that is capable of tonifiying the Etheric Body and providing some energetic support to address depression without creating a specific chemical reaction.
This product may not be safe for women on birth control. More analysis must definitely be done to determine if this is capable of what it was designed to work on.
St John's Wort Rarified Spagyric Tincture [No Hypericin] Pairs Perfectly with Spagyri-Zyme Probiotic Enzyme.
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.
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