Nature’s give abundantly.
Phila Immune Boost tincture consists of many herbs that have rich compounds which have a beneficial effect on certain tissues and organs, and, therefore can be used as treatments to assist combating disease or ailments. Herbal treatments can help nourish your immune system, stimulate the regeneration of damaged liver tissue, build strength of the adrenal glands, counter the adverse side effects of other medical treatments amongst many other benefits too number to mention.
Tinctures are herbs concentrated in ethanol / purified water, extracted from plants over a period of time. Our tinctures therefore have a shelf life of 5-6 years, provided they are stored in a cool dark place in a dark bottle. A herbal tincture allows 96% absorption of the components, whereas as generally a capsule allows only 60% absorption and a pill 40%. Capsules and pills take time to disintegrate in the stomach before being absorbed, whereas tinctures begin to be absorbed immediately when taken. Not all herbs are available fresh or even dried at all times. Tinctures however allow a large variety of herbs to be available at all times. One herb can treat many ailments; many herbs can treat one ailment.
Echinacea, Artemisia Afra, Oregano, Tea Tree, Plantain, helichrysums, Indigenous Mint, Ginger, Cinnamon, Pelargonium and contains alcohol
Ndoda Phela Tincture is useful for:
* Immune booster
Put up to 5 drops under your tongue in the morning before breakfast and in the evening before bedtime. You may even want to disguise the taste by drinking a little juice or simply diluted in cold water. It is also possible for tinctures to be dropped directly on the tongue.
Prescribed dosages are on the bottles, however when first using a tincture, try a few drops first to ensure you are not allergic to it. Please check with your naturopath or herbalist when treating young infants, as not all herbs are safe for children.
This information and products shall not be regarded as medical advice, or a basis from which to make medical decisions. The use of this information is completely your responsibility and at your own risk. Our recommendation is that if you have health concerns that you feel unsure about how to deal with, that you contact your trusted health professional for personalized advice.