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24 Hour Bug/ Cold + Flu Tincture

2 ounce dropper


Ingredients: Feverfew, Rose, Mullein, Honeysuckle, Cats Claw, Elderberry, Calendula + 80 proof vodka

• Hand made. Hand poured.

• Shelf Life - 10 years


There are three ways to use this tincture…


1. At the first sign of a cold or flu.

2. If someone in your home has a cold or flu and you want to avoid catching it.

3. Taken daily during cold and flu season to boost your immunity.


Potential Health Benefits:


• Feverfew: May contain more than 30 natural plant chemicals, called sesquiterpene lactones, with the most active being parthenolide. These chemicals may be thought to block the body's production of prostaglandins, which cause inflammation, pain, and fever.


• Cats Claw: May be the most powerful immune-enhancer on earth. Cat's claw contains compounds that may help the immune system function at its peak, reducing the risk of getting sick and reducing the severity of illness.


• Honeysuckle: May be the first herb ever used in Chinese medicine. In clinical trials, honeysuckle was able to suppress influenza A viruses such as swine and bird flu, suggesting it contains a broad spectrum of antiviral activity. Honeysuckle's high concentration of aromadendrene may stop bacterial growth. It is known as a laxative and diuretic, antioxidant, and promotes sweating and detoxification, lowering fever.


• Rose: May contain high amounts of vitamins and minerals that boost immune health. Bursting with Vitamin C, which may help fend off the common cold and flu. Rose, with 9 times the Vitamin C of an orange, may boost immunity and keep you healthy, even during flu season.


• Elderberry: May have been used medicinally for centuries to fight infections and boost immunity. Elderberry is an exceptional antiviral with phytotherapeutic principles giving it antiviral, antibacterial, antioxidant, and immune-boosting properties. Effective diuretic and depurative functions make elderberry precious in a detox protocol.


• Mullein: In test-tube studies, mullein may have strong antiviral effects, particularly against the influenza virus. It might be useful fighting a strain of a herpes virus. Mullein's soothing and mucus-expelling properties account for its historical use as a remedy for irritating coughs with bronchial congestion.


•Calendula: May possess several potent antioxidants, including triterpenes, flavonoids, polyphenols, and carotenoids. These antioxidants may neutralize the harmful effects of oxidative stress in the body, causing chronic inflammation. Calendula may help eliminate harmful pathogens and parasites from the stomach, assuaging diarrhea and preventing its recurrence.


Age – Dosage:


Younger than 1 year: Do not use.


1 year to 11 years: Do not use.


12 years to 17 years: 5 to 10 drops, taken 3 times per day.


18 years and older: 15 to 30 drops, taken 3 times per day.


Not considered safe for children under 12. Also should not be taken by people who have any type of liver disease, or by people on anti-coagulates.


This tincture is not considered safe for women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or children under four years of age.


Please note that tinctures do not come with individual dosing information. Please refer back to the website for proper dosing.


About our herbs:


*Kingdom Come Home offers natural and organic products. Ingredients may have slight variations and product appearance may slightly differ due to harvest times and batches created from them.


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Children + Tinctures: Please consult a pediatric herbalist before administering tinctures to children. Not all herbs are safe for children, and we always suggest doing your research, exercising caution, and speaking with a health professional.


Pregnancy + Breastfeeding Precautions: Mommas need to speak with their midwife or Doula. It is very important that you are aware of what may crossover into an unborn baby’s delicate system.


Drug Interaction Precautions