If you’re new to herbalism or using herbal remedies, you might find this basic introduction to using them helpful!
A tincture is a kind of infusion, in which active medicinal properties of plants are extracted by soaking the plant in alcohol or glycerine, generally for 2-3 weeks.
Probably the most familiar method of herbal remedy, a tea is a kind of hot infusion, in which active medicinal properties are extracted into hot water.
A smoking blend is a mixture of herbs that can be ingested by burning them and inhaling the resulting smoke.
A syrup is a kind of hot infusion, in which active medicinal properties of plants are extracted through a boiling down process, and then blended with honey or brandy as a preservative.
There are many more types of herbal remedies, too, which Flora Posidonia will be offering soon!