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Lilac, sweet, sweet lilac.  You know that Spring is on the way when you see the dark purple blooms starting to peek from the dark barren branches.  And what can compare to the fragrant cloud you are immersed in passing a lilac bush in full bloom? 


This plant has such loving grandmother energy to me.  And lilac works in such powerful and whole body ways - supporting the immune and lymphatic systems, and generally helping the body build optimum health.  It is known for cleansing the blood,  detoxifying, and both preventing and recovering from disease.  Lilac is also know to aid with digestion, fever, sore throats and parasites.  Energetically, lilac supports your emotional body and is a mood calming ally.  There are even more reported benefits from this giving and supportive plant.  If you feel called to work with lilac, you can directly explore a 1 on 1 relationship and dig in to the love.

As with all herbs, research and seek guidance before use.


All tinctures made with freshly gathered plants - which were either grown from seed or ethically wildcrafted in the Catskills.  Using fresh plants results in a well-balanced, higher potency tincture than using dry herbs.  The lilac blooms were infused into alcohol and vegetable glycerin for at least 2 moon cycles (at least 8 weeks).  The plants were then strained and the liquid retained the fat, water and alcohol-soluble properties of the plants.  


Most of the offerings are ‘simples’ which is a tincture of a single plant.  I find this way you can really build a relationship with the plant and know how it is working with your system.  Blends are amazing too, the only downside is you will not be able to know which plants are helping you in which specific way - if that matters to you...  


Please reach out if you have any questions or are interested in a custom blend.  Many plants have the same 'list' of benefits - but they each have their own energy that can be matched more specifically to the energy of the human that is working with it for an optimal experience.



Tinctures can be used for immediate action, but typically working with a plant over a period of time will result in greater benefit.  You can put the tincture directly in your mouth or it might be more pleasant to add to a tea or other beverage given the sometimes strong alcohol taste. 


Start small with a half dropperful or so.  Up to 30 drops can be taken 1-3 x per day.

For educational purposes only

This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease

lilac tincture

  • fresh lilac blooms infused in 100 proof vodka and vegetable glycerin

  • We do not offer returns or refunds, but please reach out to us if you have any issues with your order. 

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