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Tinctures are concentrated herbal extracts that are made by soaking herbs in a liquid, typically alcohol or glycerin, for an extended period of time. The resulting liquid is a highly concentrated form of the herbs, which can be taken orally or applied topically.
Tinctures are a popular way to take herbs, as they are easy to administer and have a long shelf life. They are typically taken orally, either by mixing a few drops of the tincture into water or by placing the drops directly under the tongue. Tinctures can also be applied topically, depending on the herbs and the intended use.