Celandine Tincture 50ml

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Product Name: Celandine Tincture, 50 ml

Content: 50 ml

Information Leaflet:

Celandine is part of the "heavy arsenal" of phytotherapy. It is used internally, more than the raw plant itself, because the dosage of the tincture is very precise, assimilation is very fast and the tincture has powerful effects at much lower dose (well bellow toxicity levels). It combines well with other herbal tinctures, being very effective in the treatment of liver disorders (especially A, B, C  hepatitis and cirrhosis), biliary dyskinesia, atonic constipation (in this case, it has a very good effect in association with laxative plants). Externally, it is extremely useful against skin infections and warts, and also against tumors and skin cancer. After the alcohol has evaporated 3 times (see method below), it is recommended against venereal diseases.


Internal: broad antibacterial spectrum, strong antispasmodic, powerful antiviral (it acts against the influenza, herpes and hepatitis viruses), sedative, powerful choleretic, stimulant, hypotensive, laxative, very good liver tonic, bitter tonic, heart tonic, vermifuge.

External: broad anti-infective spectrum (bacteria, fungi, protozoa, viruses), powerful antitumoral, healing.


Internal Use: (use it only at the doctor’s advice and under medical supervision)

-        jaundice, A, B and C viral hepatitis, cirrhosis: take 1 teaspoon in 100 ml (half a cup) of water, 2 times per day. It combines very well with great willowherb and artichoke tincture (in equal proportions): take 1 teaspoon of this mixture 4 times a day, diluted in water;

-        biliary dyskinesia, biliary calculus, vesicular disorders, biliary colic: take half a teaspoon, 3 times a day, with water. The administration is done with a quarter of an hour before meals;

-        atonic constipation: take 1 teaspoon of tincture with water, in the morning and at lunch, before meals. It combines very well with common elderberry tincture, in equal proportions: take 3 teaspoons of this combination, every day, in water;

-        spleen and intestinal diseases: take 1 teaspoon in 100 ml (half a cup) of water, 2 times a day;

-        angina pectoris (adjunct), cerebral atherosclerosis: it combines with hawthorn tincture (2 parts of hawthorn and 1 part of celandine). Take 1 teaspoon in the morning and 2 teaspoons in the evening, before bedtime;

-        hysteria, insomnia, restlessness: it combines very well with St. John’s wort and valerian tincture: take 4 teaspoons a day in water.    

External Use:

-        warts, corns, skin tags, keratitis: apply a compress soaked in tincture on the affected areas;

-        uterine fibroids: apply a compress soaked in tincture on the lower abdominal area. The treatment is applied every 2 days;

-        skin cancer: apply compresses soaked in tincture on the affected area. The treatment also has positive effects in skin tumors. The effect is amazing when it is combined in equal proportions with comfrey and propolis tincture;

-        chronic skin infections, atonic old skin ulcers: apply compresses with celandine and comfrey tincture, combined in equal proportions;

-        genital human papillomavirus, candida , trichomonas: apply a cotton swab soaked in tincture, that has been let to evaporated in a clean saucer, until the quantity of tincture has decreaed 3 times (from 3 teaspoons of tincture, you obtain 1 teaspoon of concentrated solution).


purified water, ethyl alcohol (40% of its volume), celandine (Chelidonium majus), - aerial parts (27%). 

plant / ethyl alcohol ratio – 1:3,7
The product contains no preservatives and no artificial colouring agents.

Directions for Use:

The regular dose is of ½ teaspoon of tincture diluted in 100 ml (half a cup) of water, 3-4 times a day.


Internal Use:

If it is taken in large doses (over 7 grams), the plant is toxic for humans, causing oral blistering, burning and itchy throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, blood in urine, headache, dizziness, or, if taken in very high doses, it can lead to delirium, hallucinations, pulmonary congestion.

External Use:

The plant or plant extract should not get in your eyes. Although it has healing properties, it should not be applied on fresh and bleeding wounds, because of its toxicity. In case of poisoning with celandine, you should call the specialized medical care and, until the physician comes, you can try to induce vomiting by ingesting large amounts of hot water, or drink common mallow tea or flaxseed in milk. Alcohol rubbing is recommended.

Manufacturer: DACIA PLANT

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