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FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.
Inhalation directions: Add a few drops to a cotton ball, soft tissue,
diffuser, or small pot of boiling water. Inhale gently.
Topical directions: Do not apply directly to skin. Blend 1-4 drops with lotion
or carrier oil. Do not exceed 4 drops.
Caution: keep out of reach of children.
Keep away from eyes and mucus membranes. Do not apply undiluted directly on
Keep away from flame.
By using Advanced Botanical Fingerprint Technology, Nature’s Answer assures
you the quality of each ingredient by identifying the purity of every incoming
botanical, only promising you the purest form of each extract in every product.
When choosing Herbal Extracts Its Important to Read the Label to Determine the
Milligram Amount of Herb that you get in each Dropperful of Liquid. Liquid
Herbal Extracts are More Concentrated than Liquid Tinctures and start out with
a higher ratio of raw herb material.
By definition, a tincture is prepared by using a solute (herb plant parts) to
solvent (alcohol, water and/or other liquid agents) in a ratio of less than 1
kg of herb plant parts to 1 liter of solvent . A fluid extract is similar to a
tincture, except the solute-to-solvent ratio is 1 to 1 (1 kg of herb plant
parts to 1 liter solvent). This means a typical fluid extract is much more
concentrated, and offers a higher concentration of herb equivalent per serving,
then a liquid tincture.