Elecampane Tincture is a traditional European worm remedy used for expelling worms and parasites from the intestines, such as hookworm, roundworm, threadworm and whipworm.
Elecampane contains a chemical compound called alantolactone, which has been used as an anthelmintic in the treatment of intestinal parasites, including roundworm, threadworm, hookworm and whipworm infestation.
How to Make Elecampane Tincture
– Dried elecampane root 100g (or fresh root 200g)
– Grain Alcohol 35%-85% (Vodka or other brands) 250ml
– Red Wine 750ml
– Sugar 50g
– Put elecampane root and alcohol in a large jar
– Leave for 2 weeks, then add red wine and sugar and leave for 4 more weeks
– Then filter the tincture and store in bottles
Tips of How to speed the process:
– Ground the root into a powder or chop it into small pieces
– Shake the jar daily
– Put the jar in a warm place (in the sun or close to heat outlet in winter)
Use and Dose:
– The tincture has anthelmintic, expectorant, digestive, antitussive and stimulant properties
– It can be used to help treat worms, also relieve coughs, indigestion and constipation
– Drink 20-30ml prior to meals, 3 times a day for 3 days
– Then take a break for a week and continue another course of treatment if needed
– Do not take this tincture if you suffer from ulcer, diarrhea, or are pregnant
– Consult your doctor before using this elecampane tincture
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