High Intensity Tonic
Description: 4 oz glass bottle. High Intensity Tonic is an antiseptic made for maladies caused by bacteria, viruses, and fungi. It is excellent for coughs, colds, flu, sore throat, lung and intestinal disorders, and many other acute and chronic infections. With olive leaf, oregano, and thyme extracts plus eucalyptus, peppermint, and lemon oils with a little honey, it has a very strong taste and action.
High Intensity Tonic was originally developed for those with chronic illness who could not tolerate the white blood cell stimulating effects of echinacea, the primary ingredient in OmniHoney. However, once people discovered the strong decongestant, antibacterial, and antiviral properties that High Intensity Tonic provides, most use it more often to combat acute illness.
No household should be without a bottle in reserve.
Ingredients: Extracts of thyme, olive leaf, and oregano; honey; peppermint, eucalyptus, and lemon oils; ascorbic acid, mixed tocopherols. 30% alcohol.
Note: The alkaloids in High Intensity Tonic herbs continue to react with the ascorbic acid to form a small amount of carbon dioxide after it is bottled. This is good since it displaces oxygen and greatly extends storage life, but it may make a small “pfft” sound when the bottle is first opened or after sitting a long period. Always shake well before use.
Directions: Shake well each use. Start with ¼ tsp or less at first to acclimate to strong taste. Use ¼ to one full teaspoon one to three times per day or more as needed. For severe acute illness, small amounts (¼ to ½ tsp) may be taken once per hour for the first few hours. High Intensity Tonic can be added to a cup of hot water or tea to use the steam as an inhaler before drinking.
There are 48 half teaspoon servings or 96 quarter teaspoon servings per 4 oz bottle.