Mugwort Concentrated Decoction 325ml in a Glass UV Resistant Bottle
-Made by our herbalist using our own quad filtered double distilled zero ppm water and organic Mugwort
-No preservatives additives or solvents of any kind
-No alcohol, vegetable glycerines, preservatives or any kind of additives are added
-We manufacture so no middleman profit, low Devon overheads, low prices yet high quality products
-All packaging used is either recyclable from home, biodegradable or easily reusable
Preparation instructions. Add two capfuls to a mug, add 200ml of hot purified water to taste. Rinse around the mouth to achieve sublingual absorption and mix with saliva which is a digestive enzyme and will ensure complete assimilation.
Store in the fridge once opened.
Of the three main extraction methods used to produce herbal remedies, decoctions are simply the best. Macerations use solvents which may leave harmful residues in the end product, tinctures contain alcohol which is a systemic poison. Decoctions extract mineral salts and bitter principles through simmering herbs in our own distilled water for a prolonged period. The entire process takes 15 hours, is labour intensive so not conducive to mass production which is why herbal decoctions are uncommon on line. They contain far higher levels of active ingredients, no alcohol and can be made from hard plant parts unlike infusions. Our decoctions are made in small batches from organic ingredients by our fully qualified herbalist. They are also a superior form of supplementation than tablets or capsules, as most have artificially made ingredients, contain filers, flowing agents, excipients binding agents and preservatives. Also they often contain only one active ingredient neglecting the fact that molecules work synergistically in the body. Our qualified Herbalist uses only our own zero ppm quad filtered distilled water, all equipment used is stainless steel and our decoctions are bottled into steam sterilised UV resistant pharmaceutical grade glass bottles, which obviates the need to use preservatives of any kind. Be very careful not to touch the top of the bottle or the inside of the lid against anything or decant it into any container or jug that has not been steam sterilised unless the decoction is to be consumed immediately.
Mugwort is an aromatic flowing plant with an extensive history of use throughout Europe and Asia. Said history begins in the early Iron Age when it was used by the Celts to flavour brews. While medieval Europeans mainly used the plant for spiritual purposes, major cultures in Asia such as the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean consumed the plant in a wide range of sweet and savoury culinary preparations. The people of China and Korea also used the plant in acupuncture and the Japanese brewed it to relive upper respiratory tract infections.