Wild Wellness tincture
Made from locally wild harvested Alberta sourced plants
This has become a very sought after item by those who have tasted and enjoyed how special it is. After many months of being out of stock, Malcolm has recently completed our 3rd run of this formula, with a new 2023 limited edition batch that he personally makes from start to finish.
This tincture contains locally wild-harvested plant medicines from the foothills and alpine slopes of the Rocky Mountains and is a specially crafted tincture that is a one of a kind which varies season to season and will change batch to batch depending on availability of the botanicals.
Our 2023 limited edition run contains:
Local, wild-harvested: Spruce, Pine & Juniper boughs, Juniper berries, Usnea, Red-belted polypore, Ancient Reishi (the local AB Artist Conk aka Ganoderma applanatum), Spruce pitch, Pine resin, Spruce tip honey, Pine pollen, Labrador tea, Yarrow, Rosehips and high-proof spirits.
Take a drop or a sip to connect to the vitality of the land and
your wildness within!
Benefits of Pine: Pine is a fantastic plant for stimulating our immune systems! Pine is known for aiding in upper and low respiratory tracts, stuffed noses, inflammation etc.
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Benefits of Pine Resin: Pine Resin has been used for it's strong anti-microbial properties to aid in healing wounds or to simply draw foreign objects out from underneath skin. It is also used as a chest rub to help relieve respiratory colds in children.
Photo credits to www.savvyjack.us
Benefits of Spruce: Spruce is known for relieving coughs and sore throats. It also contains an abundant amount of chlorophyll that aids in growing and healing tissues, alleviating cravings, as well as delivering oxygen to our cells!
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Benefits of Spruce pitch: Spruce pitch is a wonderful resin used for a variety of symptoms as it's abundant in its benefits! It's analgesic, anti-fungal, antimicrobial and antiseptic!
Photo credits to Alberta Wild Craft
Benefits of Rosehips: Rosehips is wonderful local fruit that is rich in antioxidants! It's also high in vitamin C to stimulate your immune system, it helps to protect against heart disease and it reduces inflammation and pain.
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Benefits of Artist Conk: Artist Conk has been known for it's benefits of aiding in cardiovascular health! It's also energizing, stimulating for the immune system, it's anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory etc.!
Photo credits to The Missouri Department of Conversation
Benefits of Usnea Lichen: This amazing Lichen that we often find in the woods is commonly used to aid in soothing a sore throat! It also helps to reduce pain and a fever.
Photo credits to Wise Women Studies with Corinna Wood
Benefits of Red Belted Polypore: This Alberta grown medicinal mushroom is wonderful for relieve inflammation in our bodies as well as relieve gastrointestinal tissue pain. It's immune stimulating, and some studies suggest it potentially has anti-cancer properties.
Photo credit to Natural Atlas
Benefits of Juniper: We often find Juniper berries and boroughs when we hike around the woods! They are everywhere and there benefits are abundant too! Juniper is known for being high in nutrients! It's also anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidizing and it couple support heart health!
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Benefits of Tinder Conk: Did you know Tinder Conk mushrooms have been used for around 5000 years? This wonderful mushroom boasts an array of benefits too! From stimulating our immunity to lowering blood pressure, lowering blood sugar levels, to increasing circulation, as well as being anti-bacterial, what can't this mushroom do?
Photo credits to Cottage Life
Benefits of Yarrow: Yarrow is a beautiful herb that is commonly used for alleviate digestive issues as well as reducing symptoms of anxiety, depression and inflammation. It's also has potential to aid in brain health!
Photo credits to eBay
Benefits of Labrador Leaves: Labrador leaves are a wonderful Canadian plant that is rich in benefits. It helps in soothing sore throats, relieves chest congestion, coughs, lung infections, as well as otherchest ailments. It has also been used to alleviate headaches!
Photo credits to www.treetime.ca
We hope you enjoyed reading about the amazing properties of this well rounded Alberta sourced tincture blend! Simply enjoy the tincture as is by dropping a dropper or two under your tongue everyday to encourage optimal wellness. Or you can enjoy a dropper in your cold or hot drink! It should be noted that the tincture should be add to a hot drink once the heat has cooled down.
Enjoy and let us know if you have any questions!