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Licorice Root Tincture

2 ounce dropper


Ingredients: Organic Licorice Root + 80 proof Vodka

• Hand made. Hand poured.

• Shelf Life - 10 years


Potential Health Benefits:


• May help fight EBV, HHV-6, CMV

• May help treat Hepatitis C

• May help shorten the duration of shingles

• May help suppress various autoimmune conditions

• May treat upper respiratory conditions

• May help push pathogens out of the body and stop them from procreation

• May have anti-c*ncer effects

• May help those with low blood pressure

• May be an adrenal restorative

• May help with digestive problems

• May help with peptic ulcers

• May help with menopausal symptoms

• May help clear up a cough

• May help kill bacterial infections

• May help kill viral infections

• May help enhance liver health

• May help relieve arthritis pain


Age – Dosage


Younger than 1 year: Do not use.


1 year to 14 years: Do not use.


14 years to 17 years: 15 to 20 drops, taken up to 2 times per day.


18 years and older: 20 to 30 drops, taken up to 2 times per day.


Precautions: Children, pregnant and breastfeeding women should not use Licorice Root.


Chronic use and large doses of licorice root can cause severe fluid and electrolyte imbalances.


Drug Interactions:


Licorice root has been shown to interact with blood pressure medications, blood thinners, cholesterol lowering medications, including statins, diuretics, estrogen-based contraceptives, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) People taking any of these medications should avoid licorice root products unless their healthcare provider instructs otherwise.


* DO NOT exceed 6 weeks of ongoing use


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.


Medical Advice Disclaimer: Kingdom Come Home’s website does not provide medical advice. The information (including but not limited to, text, graphics, images, and other material) contained on this website is for informational purposes only. No material on the website is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment before undertaking a new health care regimen, and never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.


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: If you’re taking prescribed or over the counter medications, you need to speak with your doctor and do your research. Some herbs can counteract pharmaceutical drugs.


Allergy Precaution: People with extreme allergies need to know what plant family an herb originates from to ensure they are not potentially allergic to a plant compound.


Chemo + Radiation Precaution: People undergoing chemo or radiation should consult their physician before taking any herbal tincture, supplement, or powder to ensure safety.


This information does not negate the need to do your own research. Please ensure you know how this or any other herb conflicts with current medications, supplements, or other health concerns that you may have.


**This statement and this product have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to prevent, treat, or cure disease.


Frequently Asked Questions


What is an Herbal Tincture?


Tinctures are concentrated herbal extracts made by soaking the bark, berries, leaves (dried or fresh), plants, mushrooms, flowers, cones, or roots from one or more plants in alcohol. The alcohol extracts the medicinal properties, concentrating them as a liquid.


Is an herbal tincture, capsule, or powder stronger?


Tinctures are stronger because they are more concentrated and bypass digestion by going directly into the bloodstream.


Can I take multiple tinctures at a time?


Yes, however, you will want to research if the plants work together or against each other. A simple Google search will tell you.


How do I remove the alcohol if I am alcohol sensitive?


Kingdom Come Home tinctures can be dropped into boiling tea. This will evaporate the alcohol leaving just the medicinal properties behind.

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Licorice Root Tincture