Maral root is native to Siberia and was used as a folk medicine. The common name of Maral root comes from observations that a species of deer (Cervus elaphus sibiricus or ‘Maral’ deer) seems to be invigorated by feeding on the roots. Maral root is classified as an adaptogen.
HAPPY PLACE: Maral Root Tincture
This is an earthy tasting herb, so you might want to add it to a glass of water or a cup of tea. Personally, I find it palatable, as the earthy taste is not overwhelming.
Happy Place Tincture
1 fl. oz. bottle | $18.00
Frequently Sought After Information:
Our Maral Root tincture comes from the dried roots of cultivated Rhaponticum carthamoides.
Personally, I take one dropper-full in a cup of tea or under the tongue three to four times per day between meals as needed.
We use Rhaponticum carthamoides dried root and certified gluten-free grain alcohol (190 proof) to make our tinctures. Mother Nature does the rest. 😉
You’ll feel a tingle under your tongue, then a smooth earthy taste in your mouth.
Keep out of reach of children.
We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.
We recommend you store your bottle out of direct sunlight. Because of the alcohol base, your tincture will be good at room temperature for years.
“Happy Place” is a staple in our product lineup and will be available year-round, depending on the root’s regional (Siberia) availability. Keep an eye on our social media to find out when the next product drops will occur. You might even score some awesome goodies too!
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*THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FDA. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT MEANT TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE.