Weigh the benefits of tincture vs. dried herb to learn what’s best for you.
Most herbal tinctures or extracts should be taken on a relatively empty stomach, up to 30 minutes before eating or between meals after 2 hours from the last time you ate anything substantial. This will allow for better absorption.
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