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Lady's Mantle Tincture


I am so, so very pleased to announce the release of our latest tincture - Lady’s Mantle. 


This herb has been a vital part of healing & strengthening my womb, regulating my emotions, nourishing my digestive system and so much more! 


The genus name “Alchemilla” is said to be derived from the Arabic “alkemelych” which refers to the alchemists of the Middle Ages who believed in the magical powers of Lady’s Mantle. 


After years of working with Lady’s Mantle I can attest to the physical, spiritual, and emotional magic that this plant has to offer us. Extracting Lady’s Mantle in alcohol for the first time has taken these properties 10 steps further for me. 


The benefits to women from working with Alchemilla have almost no limits. 

Some of the benefits include: Regulating light & heavy menstruation, supporting women through menopause, infertility, menstrual related acne, toning heavy, drooping breasts, vaginal discharge & itchiness, to healing endometriosis and uterine tumors. 


The magic of this herb is not limited to only women! Lady’s Mantle is known for healing wounds both internally and externally, used as a mouthwash for ulcers, supporting the throat when infected, strengthening the venous system to assist in ailments such as hemorrhoids and varicose veins, and so much more! 


As of now, we have a limited amount of 2oz bottles of Lady’s Mantle tincture! 

If you would like to grab yours now and begin building a relationship with her, you can pick up at one of our Farmers Markets or give me a call/text to (904)-295-7384.

Soon you will be able to order directly from the website. 


Thank you so much for your love & support and I look forward to connecting with you soon!


Resource: Icelandic Herbs and Their Medicinal Uses by Anna Rosa Robertsdottir


***RECLAIMER***

This blog is intended to provide information on this herb/remedy that I use regularly in my life. This blog is for educational purposes only, mainly for people who work with me or my remedies and are looking for information on how and why I use them and information on the ingredients. There is much more research and information on each herb and I always encourage everyone to ask lots of questions and dive into research for themselves as well as consulting with a professional. Visit our "resources" tab at the top for a list of SOME of our favorite books/teachers/videos.

Thank you!



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