mother tincture


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mother tincture

Used in Bach Flower Remedies (also known as Bach flower essences) this is a preparation of spring water in which flower essences have been impregnated, together with a few drops of brandy.
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The cultured cells were exposed to 5C, 15C and 30C homeopathic potencies of the latex and mother tincture as well as an ethanol and water control, and monitored via MTT assay for 24 to 72 hours.
One extra advantage of choosing them is that their lower potencies and even mother tinctures do not contain them as atoms or molecules.
I use Euphrasia Mother Tincture for my eyes and Saliva Orthana spray and lozenges for my mouth.
First a "mother tincture" is made by mixing the substance being used with a diluent such as water, grain alcohol, or a mixture of the two.
One drop of the mother tincture is put into a bottle of water or alcohol and succussed, or rapped against a hard surface, 100 times.
One of these compared the effects of a topical corticosteroid and a homoeopathic mother tincture of calendula to prevent dermatitis as a side-effect of radiotherapy.