Sol tincture generates yang energy, and gives you the motivation and stamina to persist through your day. This combination of plants connects you to solar, fire, and masculine energy. Sol is often taken in the morning to provide an invigorating, energizing effect on the physical and energetic body. Sol may also assist to cultivate a sense of mental clarity, focus, and vitality.
Benefits of Sol include:
Ingredients: Spring water, Opuntia cactus, elemi, ajmoda, madhura.
All-natural, organic, wild-crafted, GMO-free, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, and soy-free.
Suggested Use Highly concentrated for microdosing. Begin with 3 to 4 drops under the tongue once a day. It can be increased over time to one dropper full a day. Drops can be taken in a glass of water or directly under the tongue for increased effect. Each bottle lasts approximately 1 month, based on the recommended dosage of one dropper per day.
Size: 15 mL
Meet the Maker: Soul Drops are crafted in small batches in California by founder Vlada Talan. Using an ancient spagyric process, each tincture is formulated for a specific intention, ranging from energy activation, creative stimulation, brain clarity, and the integration of the intentions and benefits desired.
What are Spagyrics?
Spagyric medicine predates homeopathy by two centuries. The former was first coined by the 16th century Renaissance visionary, Paracelsus, who abided by Hippocrates’ dictum, “like cures like,” as well as old-world herbal knowledge from China, Tibet, and India. Paracelsus espoused the principles of alchemy to work with medicine, dividing a plant into three basic parts:
Plant Extraction begins via grape alcohol in a soxhlet extractor, which yields high potency plant extracts. The Distillation is done under a vacuum so no heat-sensitive components are destroyed.
The tincture is then poured off and saved in a dark place. The leftover extracted plant material is then burned, and calcined (to ash) to extract the minerals contained within. The ash and mineral salts are now able to dissolve in water which is filtered and slowly evaporated.
The white salts and ash are gathered and recombined with the tincture of the plant that was made prior. This completes the spagyric process. The tincture now contains all the acids, oils and minerals the plant originally had but now in a more potent and purified form. In this way, the energetics and the chemical aspects of the plant are maintained to the fullest extent.