Fever, Cold and Flu Tincture

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$8.00$30.00

The chills, the aching, the headache, the high fever. When you just want to roll over in bed and sleep until the feeling goes away! When your precious child gets a fever, we’ll do just about ANYTHING to bring it down! CALL THE AMBULANCE! GIVE THEM WHATEVER YOU NEED TO! WHATEVER THE COST!

Now, we won’t get into our theories about why we believe fevers are a good thing and not always needing to be suppressed… 🙂 … BUT we WILL tell you all about why we hand-selected each herb for this tincture and how it works to help you or your little one with a fever, the flu, or a cold.

Peppermint: has great anodyne properties (able to relive pain) especially when it comes to headaches. This herb cools the body naturally and is high in calcium, potassium, and magnesium which are needed for your body to recover from an illness.

Echinacea: This plant raises the body’s natural resistance to infection by stimulating and aiding the immune system, increase the macrophage (white blood cell) and T-cell activities which are the body’s first line of defense against foreign antigens. It is also anti-fungal and antibacterial. It can also help alleviate bronchial, respiratory, and throat infections and discomfort.

Elder Flowers: Natural diaphoretic (meaning it induces sweating) which helps lower fevers. Also known for immune-enhancing properties. Elder is a POWERFUL anti-viral which is perfect for treating the flu, herpes or shingles, or an upper-respiratory infection.

Yarrow: Such an interesting herb!! This herb is an “amphoteric” meaning it moves in the direction it’s needed to in the body. It can be both a stimulant or a sedative. It’s antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, astringent, antispasmodic, and diaphoretic, which again means that it promotes sweating in the body to reduce fevers by “driving out” the heat and naturally cooling the body. *Not Good for Pregnant Women! See Disclaimers below.*

Catnip: Known for its pain-relieving and diaphoretic properties, this herb also can speed the healing process in the body. It is an anti-inflammatory and a powerful one at that. *Also not an herb you want to use pregnant! See Disclaimers below*

This is a MUST have in your medicine cabinet. These herbs have been used for centuries in the treatment of fevers, flu, and colds. In fact, try reading some of your favorite herbal teas that are for Cold Care. I bet they’ll contain anywhere from 1 to all of the herbs above!

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The chills, the aching, the headache, the high fever. When you just want to roll over in bed and sleep until the feeling goes away! When your precious child gets a fever, we'll do just about ANYTHING to bring it down! CALL THE AMBULANCE! GIVE THEM WHATEVER YOU NEED TO! WHATEVER THE COST!

Now, we won't get into our theories about why we believe fevers are a good thing and not always needing to be suppressed... 🙂 ... BUT we WILL tell you all about why we hand-selected each herb for this tincture and how it works to help you or your little one with a fever, the flu, or a cold.

Peppermint: has great anodyne properties (able to relive pain) especially when it comes to headaches. This herb cools the body naturally and is high in calcium, potassium, and magnesium which are needed for your body to recover from an illness.

Echinacea: This plant raises the body's natural resistance to infection by stimulating and aiding the immune system, increase the macrophage (white blood cell) and T-cell activities which are the body's first line of defense against foreign antigens. It is also anti-fungal and antibacterial. It can also help alleviate bronchial, respiratory, and throat infections and discomfort. 

Elder Flowers: Natural diaphoretic (meaning it induces sweating) which helps lower fevers. Also known for immune-enhancing properties. Elder is a POWERFUL anti-viral which is perfect for treating the flu, herpes or shingles, or an upper-respiratory infection.

Yarrow: Such an interesting herb!! This herb is an "amphoteric" meaning it moves in the direction it's needed to in the body. It can be both a stimulant or a sedative. It's antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, astringent, antispasmodic, and diaphoretic, which again means that it promotes sweating in the body to reduce fevers by "driving out" the heat and naturally cooling the body. *Not Good for Pregnant Women! See Disclaimers below.*

Catnip: Known for its pain-relieving and diaphoretic properties, this herb also can speed the healing process in the body. It is an anti-inflammatory and a powerful one at that. *Also not an herb you want to use pregnant! See Disclaimers below*

This is a MUST have in your medicine cabinet. These herbs have been used for centuries in the treatment of fevers, flu, and colds. In fact, try reading some of your favorite herbal teas that are for Cold Care. I bet they'll contain anywhere from 1 to all of the herbs above!

Dosage Recommendations: 

Younger than 3 months ~ 2 drops

3-6 months ~ 3 drops

6-9 months ~ 4 drops

9-12 months ~ 5 drops

12-18 months ~ 7 drops

18 - 24 months ~ 8 drops

2-3 years ~ 10 drops

3-4 years ~ 12 drops

4-6 years ~ 15 drops 

6-9 years ~ 24 drops

9-12 years ~ 30 drops

Adult Dosage:  1/4 tsp - 1/2 tsp 

Give appropriate dose every 20 minutes until symptoms start to dissipate then continue use 1-3 times a day for up to 7 days.

Note: Herbs are wonderful to use for medicine and often don’t have side effects (unless of course, you are allergic to some of them). They are also not easy to overdose on. When I treat my family with an herbal tincture, I usually give them 2-3 times the amount I have listed above without any problems. Again, start small and see what works for your family. EveryBODY is different. 

* Note: If this is your first time using herbal medicine, know that herbal medicine doesn't work like Tylenol or ibuprofen. Herbs work with your body and can often take time to begin to make a visual difference. Of course, we recommend that if a fever is higher than your doctor's or you are comfortable with, please seek medical attention. 

Ingredient List: Peppermint Leaf, Echinacea Purpurea root, Elder Flowers, Yarrow Flowers, Catnip herb, Vegetable Glycerine (from Palm Fruit), Water.

Storage: Store in a cool, dark place. Sunlight or extreme temperatures can alter this product and cause it to spoil or lose its effectiveness. Shelf life 2-3 years. 

Disclaimers: DO NOT USE IF PREGNANT! Yarrow and Catnip are not good for pregnant women to take because they can stimulate the uterine muscles, which can help stimulate childbirth. Also, be sure to try a small amount before you "dive in" as some people may be allergic to certain herbs and not know it. 

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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1 review for Fever, Cold and Flu Tincture

  1. Anita

    Excellent product! I have used this when I have more going on symptomatically than what is covered by Congestion and Cough. I’m one who believes you only treat/support the symptoms you have, so I’ve had less opportunity to use Fever, Cold and Flu than some of Ancient Medicine’s other products….but it has been very effective as well.

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