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Blood Purifier Tincture; homage to Dr. Oliver. P. Brown

Blood Purifier Tincture; homage to Dr. Oliver. P. Brown

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Rock Rose (Cistus), Spearmint (Mentha spicata), Stillingia (Stillingia sylvatica), Calendula (Calendula officinalis), Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare), Stevia (Stevia rebaudiana)


3 drops under the tongue 5-10x daily.

DO NOT EXCEED 50 "drops" in 24 hours.


  • Blood purifier tincture is indicated when there is stagnation in the lymphatic system. 
  • Detoxing the lymphatic system, purifying the blood.
  • Reoccuring illnesses

  • Rock rose is a powerful evergreen shrub. Found growing wild and in landscaping design. 

  • Contains antioxidant substances and fights free radicals

  • Science has confirmed Rock Rose is antiviral, antifungal, and has antibacterial properties.

  • Queen's root - or  Stillingia is indicated for chronic laryngeal irritation, enlarged cervical lymphatic nodes and congested lymphatics in general.

  • It is specific for red, glistening mucous membranes with scanty secretion or if the tongue has a white or yellow coating. 


Contraindications: Stillingia can be toxic when used internally in excessive doses.Toxic symptoms are gastroenteritis, bile-filled diarrhea, vomiting, tachycardia, muscular weakness and prostration. It is not safe during pregnancy or breast feeding.


In 1874 Oliver P. Brown, M.D. formulated a tincture for his patients using medicinal herbs and roots. His patients, middle class industrial revolution factory employees were commonly overworked, and stressed by the demand of their jobs.

Brown began to realize that by keeping the lymphatic system cleansed and purified, it had the potential to restore vitality and prolong the life of his overworked patients.

Oliver P. Brown, M.D. was a brilliant man who cared deeply about his patients health. This tincture pays homage to a brilliant doctor and herbalist who spent a lifetime studying plants.


If stored properly, in a cool, dry, dark place; this tincture could last two years or more. While tincture actually never really "expires", the tincture begins to degrade over time. Meaning, it is not as potent.


This statement has 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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