Locally wild crafted Goldenrod, harvested in late August when the yellow flowers are in full bloom. This tincture is a great way to combat seasonal allergies. Goldenrod tincture also provides relief for inflammation normally used to treat arthritis and rheumatism. May help relieve pain from kidney stones and urinary tract disorders. *
Take full dropper orally in tea/water.
Goldenrod is an herbaceous perennial species that grows up to 4 feet, with a cluster of bright yellow flowers. It is generally found in Asia, north America, northern Africa and Europe. most medicinal goldenrod originated from eastern Europe such as Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary and many more. It has a scientific name called solidago, which is derived from the Latin word solidare, under the scientific classification of the goldenrod, it as a family name called asteraceae. Thomas Edison, made an interesting experiment on goldenrod with its natural rubber properties. He cultivated a 12-foot-tall plant that produced as much as 12 percent rubber content in each plant. Henry ford gave Edison a MODEL T made from the goldenrod herb, but Edison died before he could put his work into use. During the World War II, there was an experiment on the goldenrod to produce rubber, but it did not work.
In the ancient time, the Germans, gathered the goldenrod herbs to war just for precaution, it helps fastening wound together. because of the healing power of the goldenrod, the Germans called it fastening herb or golden woundwort. The reason why the herb is use for wounds, is due to the fact that it is embedded with antiseptic, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and astringent. during the reign of queen Elizabeth, the goldenrod was well known and there was a high demand for it. The goldenrod powder was shipped to London for its healing powers and was sold per pound for half a crown. There was an ancient superstition which says, he who carries the plant found treasure. Goldenrod is the symbol of treasure and good fortune. The goldenrod was called the liberty tea by the colonist.