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Ribbit's Pain and Trauma Compund
RibbitDate: Monday, 11/March/2013, 0:44 AM | Message # 1
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This tincture although originally customized personally can be made in general for pain relief caused by any number of indications, injuries, or diseases. It can also be used as a soothing relaxant with an anti-inflammatory action and healing agent to help physical wounds heal more easily by reducing the chance of infection. This compound is not recommended for anyone who is allergic to aspirin, is sensitive to sunlight, or anyone taking blood thinners.

To make the tincture use the Simpler's Method by combining each amount of herb into a wide mouthed mason jar and cover with 80 to 100 proof vodka or brandy. Make time once or more a day to shake the jar to stimulate the herbs for proper maceration. Macerate for two to four weeks or longer for thorough and potent effect. Store in Amber or dark colored glass dropper bottles.

30% Meadowsweet
25% St. John's Wort
15% Wood Betony
10% Chamomile
10% Echinacea Root, Leaf, Flower
5% Nettle Leaf
5% Arnica Flower

Dose Instructions: Like any other herbal remedy the dose depends heavily on each individual and their condition. Depending on severity of symptoms, body weight, metabolism adjust dose accordingly. Recommended adult dose is 1-2 dropperfuls or 35 to 70 drops  every 2-4 hours as needed, but use cautiously and stop use if any adverse actions appear. Not recommended for children younger than 13, adjust dose to 1 dropperful every 4-6 hours as needed until symptoms subside.
 
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