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It’s now easy to find Cordyceps coffee, butter, powder for adding to your smoothies, and as an ingredient in tinctures and extracts.
Today the plant is mainly used as an infusion or tincture to treat mild cases of depression in the short-term.
I knew that none of them would ever take something more than once a day and that it needed to be a product experience that was way more appealing than a capsule or bitter-tasting tincture.
In 2017 and 2018, the only way to dose with CBD was using tinctures and eyedroppers, usually mixed with olive oil or some other not-delicious oil.
It should not exceed the ounce of tincture: about two drachms may be added after using it for paper.
Tincture of guaiac, diluted to a light sherry-wine color (keep in a dark-glass bottle).
To-night she lingered over a book, reading and musing, with a tincture of gloom in her thought-pictures.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
Goss and Hale used the tincture of the fresh leaves and so the homœopaths have always used it.
THE TREATMENT OF HAY FEVERGEORGE FREDERICK LAIDLAW
Suffused with the Slavonic spirit and its tincture of Orientalism, the importation assumed a character of its own.
Time is required for man to receive the tincture of the atmosphere, and still more for the earth to transmit its qualities to him.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME IX (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON

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