Milky Oats Extract
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● Nervous system
● Endocrine system
● Reproductive system
● Urinary system
(and more! Most plants have multiple ways in which they support us.)
Traditionally considered a tonic herb used for supporting nervous system and adrenal health, during times of stress, nervous exhaustion and adrenal fatigue.
My Milky Oats Extract is and alcohol extract made in small seasonal batches with fresh organically grown Milky Oat seeds from our garden. My husband and I handpick the green Oat seeds in June/July while they are in their semi-mature "milky" stage, when the young Oat seeds are plump with a vitamin and mineral rich 'milky' latex. I begin the blending and maceration process immediately after harvesting to prevent potential nutrient loss. The bright green color of the extract that you see in the next to last photo above does naturally fade to a light green/nearly olive color during the weeks of the extraction process, so please expect that.
I personally use Milky Oats on a regular basis to naturally support my nervous system health because I am a naturally nervous person who is prone to anxiety. I like the calm energy that Milky Oats helps me achieve. If you are not familiar with Milky Oats I highly encourage you to research it. In the meanwhile, here is an educational resource to get you started:
Rosalee de la Forêt -- Clinical herbalist, Educator, Author:
● Fresh Organically grown Milky Oat Seeds (Avena sativa)
● non-GMO and Gluten-free Vodka (1:2/50%)
● 1 oz. dark colored glass dropper bottle
● 2 oz. dark colored glass dropper bottle
Each bottle comes labeled with general usage guidelines. If you have any questions you can contact me either through my site here or by emailing me: [email protected]
This information is for general reference purposes only and does not substitute professional medical advice.
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