Glycerites Herbal Extracts

Glycerites

Extract Index

Glycerites

Products from Eclectic Institute
Glycerites are liquid herbal extracts that use vegetable glycerin as the extraction menstrum instead of alcohol. Because of the natural, almost nectar like sweetness, they are suitable for children and pets. They are also recommended for those with alcohol intolerance and people concerned about their liver health. Unlike alcohol extracts, glycerin extracts have a shorter shelf life of only 1-2 years.

Eclectic first makes an extract of the plant using organic alcohol, then the alcohol is removed (using the Lloyd Extractor invented by master chemist John Uri Lloyd). After this initial extraction, it is combined with Kosher Vegetable Glycerine, creating a thick, syrupy, and sweet final product. Flavored with the highest quality essential oils, freshly extracted juices, or natural fruit concentrates, these are some of the most effective and flavorful alcohol free extracts available.



Chamomile-Catnip
A mild sedative, especially helpful in times of high anxiety and over-excitement. Contains: Organic Chamomile flowers, organic Catnip, organic Lemon Balm, organic Hyssop, organic Peppermint, wildharvested Elder flowers, Kosher Vegetable Glycerine, and Peppermint essential oil.

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Echinacea
Very helpful in supporting and enhancing a healthy immune system.
Contains: Organic Echinacea purpurea root & leaf, Kosher Vegetable Glycerine, ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) & Blackberry concentrate.
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Oats
A great ally in calming nervous system.
Contains: Fresh organic milky green Oat tops, Kosher Vegetable Glycerine, and vanilla flavoring.
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Dandelion
A splendid herb, used for general liver support.
Contains: organic Dandelion root, and leaf and Kosher Vegetable Glycerine.
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Milk Thistle
A splendid herb, used for general liver support.
Contains: Ripe Milk Thistle seed and Kosher Vegetable Glycerine.
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