botanical name: crataegus douglasii
extraction: 1:2 fresh berries, flowers, leaves, and thorns
alcohol percentage: 50%
harvest location: kootenai national forest
i am blessed to have two hawthorn trees in my yard they also grow all along the tobacco river, near my home. when the flowers bloom, in late may i tincture fresh flowers, leaves, and thorns in 100 proof food grade alcohol. the berries i collect in late august, and also tinctured fresh. they infused for months. i strained them both at the same time, and mixed them together, for a lovely heart tonic. hawthorn works best when taken on a regular basis, up to three dropperfuls a day. hawthorn for the aging heart. comes in a 2-oz dropper bottle.
ingredients: black hawthorn berries, flowers, thorns, 100 proof food grade alcohol
herbs have been used effectively for centuries, but they are not regulated by the food & drug administration + simply josephine's herbal products and statements have not been evaluated or approved by the fda + these products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease + consult a health practitioner before using these products if you have any serious medical conditions, are pregnant, lactating, or taking any medication
this item cannot be returned however if there is an issue with your order or you are unsatisfied please reach out and let me know so i can correct the situation at my discretion.
dosage is different from person to person i suggest starting off with a few drops and moving up from there. as needed up to four dropperfuls can be taken throughout the day/evening for adults. each dropperful contains approx 25 drops and appears halfway up the pipette. children ages 2-4, 4-8 drops taken up to three times day/evening. ages 5-9, 8-12 drops taken up to three times day/evening. ages 10-17, 12-20 drops taken up to three times day/evening.