Tincture of Teasel Root 1 oz

This is a largely undocumented herb, and there is much to learn about it. Subsequent research shows that the herb’s range in the U.S. almost exactly parallels the range of the Lyme carrying deer tick – an observation that quite comfortably fits my notion of natural cures. (God provides the solution to all our trials, and it is always close at hand – if we only learn what to look for.) I converted my harvest into tincture, and over the winter I have made it available to students and practitioners working with Lyme and related, often mis-diagnosed conditions – chronic fatigue, Epstein Barr, fibromyalgia, ALS, etc. So far, the feedback has been very positive, often equally dramatic. It is my sense that the herb may also be well-suited for age-related dementia and memory issues. Please note that the recommended dosage is low – outside the norm – and while I detect no toxicity from it, I would advise following that recommendation.