Benefits of Liquid Extracts
September 14, 2020
If you haven’t tried Liquid Extracts, you should. Millions are enjoying the many benefits of this hot new natural health trend. A liquid (fluid) extract is a liquid herbal preparation extracted in a water/alcohol mixture whose herb menstruum ratio is equal to or exceeds 1:1. So without further ado, here’s 8 Benefits of Liquid Extracts.
- Ready, fast absorption. Within one minute it’s already in the bloodstream allowing for optimal benefit.
- Easy to swallow and easy to digest. No big capsules or horse pills to swallow… but if you’re still into that sort of thing. Liquid extracts go down smoothly plus there are no gelatins or coatings for your system to break down.
- Simple to take. Just add the recommended dose to 6-8 ounces of water, juice, or herbal/non-caffeine tea. Some hard-core liquid extract users prefer to place the extract directly in their mouth, however, adding them to a beverage is more palatable for most of us. If you do go the direct route, make sure the dropper never touches your skin, especially your tongue as bacteria can cause contamination.
- Super potent. The plants’ nutrients are in their most potent and concentrated state, so you’re getting maximum benefit.
- Flexible dosing. You can cut the dosage down to half-drop or less if need be.
- Flexible blending. Want to support your respiratory system, heart health and digestion? Mix various liquid extracts into a single customized dose.
- Long shelf life. Stored correctly in a cool dark cabinet away from the stove or microwave, liquid extracts can last two to five years. Always make sure the top is screwed on tightly.
- Tasty. Many are flavorful and delicious including Ginger Root, Cranberry and Green Tea Leaf. Honey or lemon can be added to sweeten extracts with a stronger flavor.
If you haven’t tried it before, try one today from our online store’s category for liquid extract’s and discover how great you can feel!
This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice and should not be relied upon. Before making any changes to your health plan, always seek advice from your doctor about your concerns, risks and benefits.