Bee Balm Tincture
Bee Balm Tincture
ABOUT BEE BALM TINCTURE
Bee Balm Tincture is a soothing agent that is prepared from the parts of Mayernik Garden Monarda plants. It is clipped at maturity and dried carefully to retain its color, taste, active chemical content, and aroma. Bee Balm is extracted with grain alcohol (50%) to balance its phytochemical content.
Bee Balm Tincture has antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties. It fights against the infections of the respiratory tract and digestive tract remarkably, soothes gastrointestinal pain, and controls nausea and vomiting. It can also be used topically to reduce the exacerbation of fungal infestation.
BEE BALM TINCTURE INGREDIENTS
- Mayernik Garden Bee Balm
- Grain Alcohol (50%)
BEE BALM TINCTURE USAGE
Take half to full dropper in water or tea, up to 3 times a day in water or tea.
ABOUT BEE BALM
Bee balm (Monarda) is a perennial with whorled blooms that look like daisies and can appear in pink, red, or lavender shades. It has a hairy stem with serrated leaves, arranged in opposite fashion. Its foliage proffers a minty flavor with a slight hint of oregano.
Bee balm is used in aromatherapy because of its highly celebrated soothing fragrance. It can tend to different digestion-related ailments, helps with troubled sleep, cures sore throat, fever, and constipation. Topically, bee balm helps in the management of pain and irritation associated with eczema, psoriasis, acne, cold sores, and even fungal infection.
Bee balm Tincture is good for children’s consumption but in moderation. It can be used 1-3 times daily with water to cure a cold, flu, sore throat, and provide a cosmic proportion of health benefits. Topically, it can be applied to stings and cuts for rapid healing.
Bee Balm Tincture is commonly used to address digestive issues. Its carminative property helps with bloating, flatulence, intestinal problems, and other irregularities. It also fights against the infection of the gut caused by bacteria.
Bee Balm Tincture is famous for combatting respiratory tract infections. It increases the rate of blood flow and enhances the flow of fluids, which helps drain the congestion and clear the clogged regions of the respiratory tract. It acts as a decongestant, aiding in the expulsion of mucus, phlegm, sinus congestion, and heavy cough.
Bee Balm Tincture is unsafe during all the trimesters of pregnancy as it is an emmenagogue. It can induce menstruation and endanger the life of the fetus.
The daily usage of Bee Balm Tincture depends on the ailment for which it is being administered, the manner of consumption, and possible allergies of the user. It is recommended to consult your doctor/pharmacist to set your Bee Balm Tincture dose.