Moontime Magic Tincture

Moontime Magic Tincture

$18.00

This is a great quietening blend for those more painful times of the month. Calms a spasming uterus, allowing you to take some time for rest and rejuvenation. Makes a great addition to an herbal infusion.* 

Cramp bark, as the name implies, has been used for generations because it may calm spasming muscles. It’s a shrubby tree in the Viburnum family, making it a relative of cranberry and blueberry. It works like a charm, and is the allstar of this formula. We source ours from a small farm in upstate New York.

Wild yam is a plant native to the southeast that may act as an antispasmodic. It also offers a sweet and gentle energy. It also may help lessen ovulation cramps. We source ours from a forest farmer in Georgia who simulates its wild environment.

Yarrow may slow heavy bleeding, making it a vital part of this formula. Often we wild harvest this weedy flower, but other times we source from a small organic farm in Oregon.

  • Ingredients: cramp bark, wild yam, yarrow, motherwort, certified non-gmo cane alcohol, spring water (all grown on American herb farms)
  • To use: Take 30 drops every half-hour to relieve menstrual cramps, or 30 drops 2-3 times daily to relieve PMS.
  • 1 oz (30 ml)
  • *These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product does not intend to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease

    Wooden Spoon Herbs is a small-batch southern Appalachian apothecary. Rather than tap into the booming global herb trade, where herbs are imported from countless countries and travel countless miles, Wooden Spoon Herbs products are thoughtfully made with American-grown herbs. Founded by an herbalist, writer, forager , and gardener born & raised in Tennessee, Wooden Spoon Herbs' focus is using traditional Appalachian plants, both wild and cultivated, in global ways. 

    Wooden Spoon Herbs aims to inspire and empower their community to take self-care into their own hands in a very real and connected way. The plants they work with have been either lovingly picked by their own hands, sourced from small family-run medicinal herb farms or grown with the utmost care by local farmers and foragers in their bio-region.