I have a tincture page under construction on the web but a friend of mine expressed an interest in the headache tincture I have listed. Even though the page is not ready to go, I have the recipes all worked out so I made some and sent it to her. All of my tinctures are in glycerin for a couple of reasons: I don't drink so I don't want to use alcohol and I'm not overly fond of apple cider vinegar either. Glycerin is pretty painless on the tongue since it adds a bit of sweetness to the mix, but even if the mixture is still not particularly pleasant, it can then be put in water, juice, tea or (if you cheat like I do) your morning coffee. This one has Chamomile, Peppermint, Lemon Balm, Gingko and Feverfew. I would not have thought of adding Gingko but Dr. James Duke says there was a study that showed that headaches often improve with increased cerebral blood flow and since that's what Gingko does, he would recommend it. On that recommendation, I've included it in my recipe.
One advantage of working in hospice is that I get to play with all the therapy dogs. This is Asher, a Corgi.