Herbal Tincture - CLR | Uplifting Adaptogenic

Herbal Tincture - CLR | Uplifting Adaptogenic

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A magic dropper bottle to keep you elevated and in that positive frame for creative energy to do its thing. The herbs in Sensecraft's CLR infusion have a long and storied history of helping to release nervous tension, bringing light and uplift.

All things in balance, Queen Tulsi compliments her good friends Melissa (Lemon Balm) and Damiana for an elevated mood and a sense of ease, old mate Yerba Mate provides an energising base for Ashwagandha’s potent replenishing nature to meet. Locally grown Peppermint provides a real sensory lift while Linden Blossom softens and brings the whole together.

A potentiated extract of SenseCraft's CLR herbal tea, perfect as a daily addition to your routine, putting a little distance between any stressor and the physiological response and helping to clear the air, lift the spirits and ease overwhelm.

50 doses | 50 ml

Suggested Application

Start with a few drops under the tongue to get a feel for what message the plants are sending. Breathe in and notice how you respond. You may wish to close down the eyes. This is a potent extract, so if under the tongue is too much try it out in a little water. We use and recommend 20 drops (1ml) in your beverage of choice.

Top Tip: Incredible in cacao.


*Yerba Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) aerials (unsmoked), *Tulsi (Krishna/Rama/Vana) (Ocimum sanctum L.) aerials, *Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) leaf, *Peppermint (Mentha x piperita) leaf, *Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) root, *^Damiana (Turnera diffusa) aerials, *Linden (Tilia cordata) flower + bracts, *Cane Spirit, Spring Water.

*Certified Organic.

Source: Local + Imported.

ABV approx 40%, used in the processing and to preserve.


50ml miron bottle + glass dropper

Please note: These extracts are potent, and like any herb, plant or new addition to your day should be treated with respect. Pregnant or nursing mothers, or anyone on any medication/with a pre-existing medical condition should always consult a health professional about any dietary restrictions.

These statements have not been evaluated by the TGA.