Ligustrum Fruit Alcohol Free by Nature's Answer
Since ancient times, ligustrum berries have been employed as a “yin” tonic in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Ligustrum was used for a wide range of conditions, including premature aging and ringing in the ears. (Source: Healthnotes)
Nature's Answer alcohol-free extracts are produced via our multi-extraction process, using alcohol and water or other natural menstruums to ensure maximum activity. All alcohol is then removed using our proprietary process.
As a dietary supplement u-3 ml. (approx. 28-84 drops), 2 times a day. Shake well.
Holistically balanced fluid extract (1:1) of Ligustrum Berry in a base of Coconut Glycerin and triple filtered Water
About Nature's Answer
Nature's Answer® is a family-owned and operated company dedicated to total health. As one of America's largest and oldest manufacturers of maximum strength liquid herbal extracts (since 1972) and pioneers of alcohol-free extracts, the company continues to combine the best of traditional herbal remedies, vitamins and minerals with its knowledge of innovative scientific techniques and phytopharmaceutical manufacturing, to deliver high-quality, naturally-derived products for the entire family. The Nature's Answer® brand encompasses a broad range of products including Holistically Balanced® liquid herbal extracts for adults and children, encapsulated formulas and homeopathic and herbal creams. One thing is certain...every product from Nature's Answer® delivers uncompromis
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