Latin name - Hydrocotyle asiatica.

Herbal Tinctures are an alcohol and water based preparation that are a traditional and convenient way to take herbal remedies. The herb is steeped in a mixture of alcohol and water for a period of time before pressing. All the benefits of the herb are captured in the tincture.

Dosage is normally between 1ml and 5ml added to a little water up to three times a day.


Cautions: Avoid during pregnancy & breastfeeding, unless prescribed by a qualified medical herbalist. Due to saponins content possibly inappropriate in Coeliac disease, fat malabsorption, Vit A, D, E, K deficiency, some upper gastrointestinal irritations, topically on open wounds. Avoid in epilepsy.


Aqua/Water, Alcohol Denat., Gotu Kola (Hydrocotyle Asiatica).Herb To Liquid Ratio 1:5 V/V Alcohol 45%

Allergen Information

May Contain Gluten, Soya, Nuts, Peanuts, Sesame, Mustard And Celery.

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