Joanne Alexander & Kathy Fisette
Our mission is to offer the finest full potency extracts made from the freshest, highest quality plants available.
Herbal medicine is as old as humankind and as widespread as the occurrence of communities. Herbal medicine is based on an intimate, practical knowledge of plants handed down for hundreds of generations while acknowledging the unique needs of individuals. While diet, exercise, and increased self-awareness form the foundation of health, fresh herbal therapy provides one of the key elements in the process of self-care.
We grow and wildcraft herbs in our bioregion and we source consciously wildcrafted plants from Hands On Organic or certified organic herbs from Pacific Botanicals.
Each phase of the production, from growing and selecting herbs, to the lengthy process of herbal extraction we do ourselves.
Our Compounds are synergistic combinations of herbs for a wide variety of common health concerns.
Liquid herbal extracts or tinctures are considered one of the most effective ways to take herbal supplements.
Unlike pills and capsules, liquid herbal extracts are immediately absorbed and assimilated into the bloodstream. Extracts are created by soaking herbs in a liquid menstruum of organic grain alcohol, water, kosher vegetable glycerin, or any combination of these.
This herb and menstruum mixture is mixed and turned for a minimum of two to four weeks and then pressed and filtered to leave a pure liquid herbal extract.
The quality and source of herbs used are of the highest importance. We have concentrated our efforts on obtaining fresh herbs picked at the optimum time for maximum potency.
We extract all of our herbs with gluten free, certified organic pharmaceutical grade grain alcohol.
Calm Digestive Upset
fresh Sweet Annie, fresh Baikal Skullcap, Bayberry, fresh Meadowsweet, Licorice, fresh Ginger
This Compound is indicated in amoebic and bacillary dysentery or general digestive discomfort with inflammation of the intestinal mucus membrane.
Sweet Annie Artemisia annua fresh whole plant
Sweet Annie is useful in the treatment of dyspepsia, food poisoning, dysentary, diarrhea and for low fever from sunstroke. As a result of extensive research in China, Sweet Annie has also been discovered to be affective in treating the intermittent fevers of malaria.
Baikal Skullcap Scutellaria baicalensis fresh root
Baikal Skullcap is a broad spectrum anti-infective, antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral. It is used in the treatment of dysentary with diarrhea, constipation, blood in the stool, as well as intestinal dysbiosis and microbial toxicosis.
Bayberry Myrica cerifera dried root bark
This mild, astringent and warm herb is considered a specific in persistent diarrhea. It is also indicated in dysentary when fatigue and chills are present.
Meadowsweet Filipendula ulmaria fresh ariel parts
Meadowsweet is a gentle deep acting remedy that protects and soothes the mucus membranes of the digestive tract, reducing acidity and easing nausea. Its gentle astringent action makes it useful in the treatment of diarrhea in children.
Licorice Glycyrrhiza glabra dried root
This sweet root is demulcent and soothing to the mucus membranes as well as being antiviral, anti-inflammatory, liver protective, and indicated in food poisoning.
Ginger Zingiber officinale fresh root
Ginger root warms and invigorates the stomach and intestines and the system as a whole. It is indicated in enteritis, dysentery, painful digestion, nausea and vomiting. It also has the effect of helping other remedies reach their destination.
~Actions and Indications~
This Compound is indicated in amoebic and bacillary dysentery or general digestive discomfort with inflammation of the intestinal mucous membrane. This includes bacterial or viral infection with infestation by protozoa, parasitic worms or chemical irritants. Symptoms include abdominal pain especially after eating and diarrhea with possible passage of mucus and blood.
Take 40-60 drops in a small amount of warm water three to four times per day between meals.
Severe dysentery with persistent, prolonged diarrhea may cause serious dehydration and debilitation. It is important to seek qualified health care before the situation becomes serious.