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Glycerine is a completely natural and vegetarian liquid sometimes used for extracting herbs. It is generally made by splitting the fat molecule of organic coconut, palm, or olive oil. It is naturally sweet and is suitable for children, pets, and people who are allergic to alcohol or who for other reasons prefer not to consume anything containing alcohol. The pros and cons of what to use as a menstruum are complex, but people should be aware that the shelf life of glycerites is less than that of alcohol extracts so the products should be consumed within 1-2 years.

 

Artemesia Annua Herbal Extract in Glycerin, 2 oz. - Alcohol-free

Artemisia Annua Glycerite, 2 oz.

Artemisia annua, also known as Sweet Annie, is a famous anti-malarial herb that contains an alkaloid, artemisinin, that has also shown remarkable cytotoxic properties.

Contents: extract of organically grown Artemisia annua leaf in distilled water and pure vegetable glycerin.

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Black Walnut Glycerite - No Alcohol

Black Walnut, glycerite (no alcohol), 2 oz.

The Cherokee used the nut as an anthelmintic, especially for tapeworms. Peter Holmes adds roundworms to the list. Black walnut has laxative properties but is well tolerated. It relieves lymphatic congestion, presumably mainly in patients with parasitic infections.

Contents: 1:3 extract of fresh, organically grown Juglans nigra green hulls in vegetable glycerin and distilled water.

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