Herbs that can be used as a Tonic

What Is a Tonic?

Tonic action refers to restoring, reinvigorating, and strengthening the system to assist the body and maintain a balanced state of health. Depending on the herb being consumed, they would either fortify certain systems or support the functions of the whole body.

They strengthen the tone of the tissues by providing them with optimum nourishment and stimulating the processes that help purge toxins for healthy functioning. 

What are the benefits of a tonic?

Tonic herbs help promote:

  • Cardiovascular health
  • Immunity strength
  • Balanced working of nervous system
  • Physical and mental well-being

3 Herbs Recommended as a tonic



Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is a fearless adaptogen that has the most powerful reputation in Ayurveda. They call it Rasayana, a herb that promotes a state of strength, happiness, youthfulness, and vigor.

Use Ashwagandha Tincture to support your brain functions, immunity, reproductive health, heart health, and muscle and tissue strength. Its antioxidative property alone is enough to take down the stressors and shut the doors to oxidative havoc. 



Sage (Salvia officinalis) is a hero tonic, used since ancient times to restore strength and vitality. Its teas and tinctures are used traditionally due to their nutrient-rich content. It is loaded with antioxidants and minerals that promote vitality, reduce brain fog, and offer clarity of thoughts, all of which together improve cognitive skills. Use it on a regular basis to seek strength and unclog your blocked channels to keep the energy flowing.



Cleavers (Galium aparine) is a detoxifying herb with phenomenal tonic benefits. The folk medicine practitioners use it to tonify the lymphatic system, induce diuresis, and replenish the kidney system for better blood purification and removal of toxins.

Use Cleavers Tincture up to 3 times a day in water or tea and reinstate your strength. 

Other Medicinal Plants that Can be used as a tonic