Soap tincture – Skin diseases – Monastic recipe


Soap Tincture is mainly used in the fight against conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and acne. In addition, it is one of the most effective cholagogues.

Net weight 50ml

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Estimated Delivery: 3-10 working days SKU: VAM.STM.142 Categories: , Παθήσεις: Bile, Eczema, Ψωρίαση

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Soap Tincture (Saponaria

Officinalis) contains the same active ingredients as the dried herb Saponaria. In modern herbal medicine, Saponaria is used both internally and externally to treat skin diseases. According to herbalists, saponaria can help fight conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and acne. Its action is probably due to the saponins it contains and which allegedly have anti-inflammatory Properties. In many writings it is mentioned that Saponaria increases the secretion of bile – considered by many to be one of the most effective cholagogues (considered to be good for jaundice). Because it is diaphoretic, it is claimed to “drop” fever. You will find Saponaria in many specialized shampoos, as it is considered to reduce hair loss. In general, Saponaria is considered a tonic of the body.

What is Tincture:

The tincture is created by soaking herbs in an alcoholic solution (grappa), usually for a period of a few weeks. During this time, the active ingredients of the herbs are dissolved in the alcoholic solution. This process results in the tincture retaining to the fullest all the beneficial properties of the herbs.

Herbal drops are highly concentrated herbal extracts in a natural alcoholic solution. They retain all their active ingredients and are completely natural.


15-20 drops in water twice a day for a month. Pause for ten days and repeat. Shake before use.


Avoid use by children under 12 years of age during pregnancy, breastfeeding and medication.


Water, ethyl alcohol, Soaponaria of natural cultivation.

Storage Instructions:

Store in a dark and cool place for about two years.

Net weight 50ml

Additional information

Weight 0,120 kg

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