Last week, in Making Herbal Tinctures: Part I, we discussed the different types of solvents (menstruum) used to make high-quality herbal tinctures, including alcohol such as vodka, Everclear, brandy, and wine, as well as non-alcohol solvents like vinegar and vegetable glycerin. But choosing the right solvent is only a small part of the equation. Indeed, measuring your ingredients properly is the critical key to creating reliable and consistent tinctures.
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