26 Apr

Unlock Early Bird Savings: Mastering Alcohol-Free Tinctures with Herbal Glycerites

Are you curious about alcohol-free tinctures? Dive into the world of herbal glycerites!

You might be familiar with traditional herbal tinctures, but have you heard of herbal glycerites? These unique concoctions utilize vegetable glycerin as an extraction medium instead of alcohol. Glycerites offer a safe alternative, particularly suitable for children and individuals sensitive to alcohol.

Save $15 on enrollment on the course only + 2 free ebooks (15 Favorite Tincture Recipes & Making Folk Tinctures)

Save $20 on the course and Tincture Making Guidebook + 2 free ebooks (15 Favorite Tincture Recipes & Making Folk Tinctures), plus 50% off the Herbal Preparation Recipe Guides (no coupon necessary, automatically added to cart with purchase).

Mastering Alcohol-Free Tinctures with Herbal Glycerites

Today, I'm excited to share one of my favorite herbal glycerite recipes: a soothing tummy tamer blend designed to ease stomach upset and promote digestive wellness.

This recipe is just a taste of what you can discover in the Herbal Academy’s newly launched Tincture Making 101 Mini Course. In this comprehensive online course, you'll gain invaluable knowledge on crafting safe and effective tinctures to support your family's health journey, with or without alcohol.

For those eager to embark on this herbal adventure, the Herbal Academy is currently offering early bird savings and bonus offers until May 5.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to enhance your herbal skills and save!

Tummy Tamer Glycerite Recipe:


Dried Herb Portion:

  • 1 cup dried chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) flowers
  • 1 cup dried lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) leaf
  • 1 cup dried catnip (Nepeta cataria) leaf
  • ½ cup dried fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) seed
  • ½ cup dried peppermint (Mentha x piperita) leaf

Liquid Portion:

  • 1 ½ cups vegetable glycerin
  • ½ cup filtered water
Mastering Alcohol-Free Tinctures with Herbal Glycerites


  • Combine all the dried herbs in a bowl and mix thoroughly. Transfer the mixture to a large glass canning jar, leaving room for the liquid portion.
  • In a separate bowl, mix the vegetable glycerin and water. Pour this liquid over the herbs in the jar until they are fully covered, with about an inch of space remaining at the top.
  • Stir the mixture well to release any air bubbles.
  • Cap the jar and label it with the herbs used, ratio, and date.
  • Place the jar in a dark, cool location away from direct sunlight and high heat.
  • Shake the jar gently every few days for at least 4 weeks. If the liquid level decreases, top it off with more glycerin.
  • After 4 weeks, strain the glycerite into a clear jar using a nut milk bag, muslin cloth, or cheesecloth. Squeeze tightly to extract every drop of liquid and discard the used herbs. Bottle the glycerite in a cobalt or amber-colored bottle, and don't forget to label it as your tummy-soothing glycerite!


Take 30-60 drops (1-2 dropperfuls or ¼ to ½ teaspoon) after meals or as needed.

If you're eager to delve deeper into the world of herbal tinctures and expand your knowledge, take advantage of the Herbal Academy’s sale on their new Tincture Making 101 Mini Course before May 5.

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