Introducing Tincture: A Botanical Hemp Infusion

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We harnessed the power of plants to help you solve the source of the symptoms rather than temporarily relieve them. Our topicals safely support the body’s natural ability to self-regulate and help it heal itself without interfering with hormones, pH level, or pheromones. But oftentimes, our reproductive and sexual health issues go beyond vaginal itching or irritation, and too many people who have periods are left to their own devices to sort through painkillers, heating pads, or aromatherapy to help control symptoms associated with our monthly cycles.

Meet Tincture, our first oral supplement that helps soothe physical and psychological stress from the inside out. Evolved from a concentrated herbal tea that would address symptoms commonly experienced during menstruation like cramping, bloating, and general discomfort, Tincture utilizes bioavailable phytocannabinoids from full flower hemp and plant-based ingredients known for their antioxidant-rich, anti-inflammatory, and antispasmodic properties. 

Tincture’s proprietary blend of organic botanicals lends hormones a hand to help you rest, relax, and release tension in body and mind. It’s balance in a bottle. 

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Tincture is for everyone and everything. Seriously. Whether you’re dealing with period pain, fibroid flare-up, or work worries, physical pain and anxiety can have a serious effect on your ability to function “normally” (whatever that means). Tincture is for everyone with (or without!) a uterus who’s  looking for stress management and support. Tincture is certified organic, vegan, cruelty free, and gluten free and won’t spike insulin levels, so it can fit into virtually anyone’s daily routine. Please note the nutrition facts below to ensure you’re not allergic to individual ingredients. 

INGREDIENTS

Tincture’s certified organic plant-based ingredients are known for their calming effects on the nervous system that may help promote muscle relaxation, increase blood flow, and decrease cortisol levels to help ease physical and psychological stress.

Glycerine An odorless, colorless, water-soluble  liquid found in nature. The glycerine we use is food grade and safe to be taken internally. 

Ginger A spicy root that contains many phytonutrients, antioxidants and anti inflammatories  that help aid in digestion, alleviate nausea and decrease morning sickness.

Rosehips Rich in antioxidants and found to contain high levels of high levels of polyphenols, carotenoids, and vitamins C and E, which play an essential role in a healthy immune system and suggest anti-inflammatory effects that help reduce chronic pain. 

Chamomile Shown to increase the production of glycine, an amino acid that reduces muscle spasms. It has also been shown to decrease cortisol levels and balance mood better than some medications. 

Raspberry Leaf Commonly used to support digestive issues and provide support during menstrual discomfort

Dandelion Root Traditionally used to stimulate and detoxify the liver which can help promote estrogen metabolism during PMS to support overall hormone balance.

Spearmint  Studies indicate that spearmint can decrease testosterone while increasing hormones necessary for healthy ovulation, such as luteinizing hormone (LH), follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and estradiol. 

Rooibos A South African red tea that contains antioxidants, antispasmodics and anti-inflammatory properties that may soothe feelings of aches and pains, cramps and general discomfort. 

Fennel With a concentrated source of minerals like copper, potassium, calcium, zinc, manganese, vitamin C, iron, selenium and magnesium, fennel is considered very useful to help alleviate gastrointestinal issues like indigestion, bloating and muscle spasms. It’s speculated that fennel helps prevent the uterus from contracting, which can help lessen dysmenorrhoea, or painful periods. 

Full Spectrum Hemp A non-psychoactive compound grown in nature that has been shown to help alleviate inflammation and pain by inhibiting the prostaglandin-producing enzyme responsible for uterus inflammation. 

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HOW TO TAKE

The water soluble Tincture is smoothly spiced and sweet like honey and it goes especially well with herbal teas and sparkling water. It’s safe to be consumed throughout the day, so you can enjoy Tincture upon waking to ease period pain, before or after a workout (and sex) to restore sore muscles, or before bed to relax and unwind. 

Gently shake the bottle to enjoy one dropperful (1 ml) under the tongue, or infuse your favorite hot or cold beverage of choice, stir, and drink up! 

We suggest waiting 30 minutes to see how you feel before taking additional doses, but it is safe to consume multiple times a day. Just note that the combination of herbs (like chamomile and full spectrum hemp flowers) are included to promote rest and relaxation, so multiple doses during the day may make you sleepy. Everyone’s body responds differently, so you may need to test different dosage amounts to find your sweet spot. 

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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Tincture is a food supplement, formulated for adults and should be kept out of reach of children. Seek medical advice if pregnant, breastfeeding, or taking any medication. Avoid contact with eyes.

This product and Momotaro Apotheca’s materials are not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease. 
All material on Momotaro Apotheca is provided for educational purposes only. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider for any questions you have regarding your health.

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