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Fringe Tree Bark

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The Story

Fringe Tree: Chionanthus virginicus (L.)

Why Fringe Tree Bark? A stunning North American tree with white flowers, the fringe tree is also known as “old man’s beard” and “snowdrop.” Fringe tree bark is a friend to digestion. When taken orally, it is an excellent support to the liver, gallbladder, and promotes healthy and normal bile flow.

Quality Assured: This herb is sustainably wildcrafted in the U.S.A. Our experts here at the Apothecary Shoppe personally evaluate every herb through taste, touch, and smell to assure that you are receiving the best botanicals suitable for use.

This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

How to Use

Wellness Support: Fringe tree bark promotes a healthy liver and gallbladder. It can also stimulate healthy bile flow and support a healthy metabolism. Fringe tree can be taken as a tincture or fluid extract.

Cautions and Contraindications: Do not use while pregnant or breastfeeding.

This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Experience

Formula:

FRINGE TREE TINCTURE:

Fringe tree Chionanthus virginicus powdered: 1 ounce

Alcohol (vodka) or apple cider vinegar: 1 pint 

Mix herb with alcohol or cider vinegar in a glass jar with a tight fitting lid, such as a canning or preserving jar. Keep the tincture in a tightly closed jar in a warm spot (but not in the sun), for approximately two weeks. Shake the tincture two to three times every day. After two weeks*, strain the tincture through pharmaceutical filter paper, a coffee filter, cheesecloth, or muslin. You may need to strain your tincture two or even three times to remove all of the herb solids. Leaving solids in your tincture may lead to mold and spoilage.

Store your tincture in a dark bottle or cupboard. Half a pint of tincture should equal the potency of one ounce of the fresh herb, so approximately one teaspoon will equal the strength of one cup of infusion. The dose is small, approximately 20 to 40 drops three times a day, although this varies with each herb. Dilute in approximately one-quarter cup of water to take.

*Note that the consensus is that the minimum time to extract herbs into a tincture is two weeks, and the maximum time is three months. Extraction time also depends on the plant material and the percentage of alcohol needed. Most above ground plant parts only need about 40% alcohol and will extract very quickly. Tougher roots and rhizomes typically need a higher percentage of alcohol and longer time to extract. 

This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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