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Amber or blue glass bottles will protect your tincture from UV light. If you use clear glass bottles, you will need to keep your tincture in a dark cupboard. It doesn’t need to be refrigerated and should keep for several years, although it is best to make a fresh batch every summer if you can. Dose: For tension or interstitial cystitis: 3-5 drops in a little water three times a day; as an astringent to tone tissues (as in diarrhea), half a teaspoonful in water three times daily. The tincture can be used as a first-aid remedy for burns.
There are several similar North American species, including highbush blueberry (V. corymbosum), lowbush blueberry (V. angustifolium), and dwarf bilberry (V. cespitosum), that can be used the same way as bilberry, though not as well studied. In Britain, gathering bilberries in high summer was once a regular family and social occasion, as well as a local cottage industry. The main food harvest, usually grain or potatoes, was about to begin, but the timing of early August was just right for a day celebrating bilberries.
Minus) is more widespread. It is similar in appearance and used interchangeably for medicinal purposes. Parts used: Leaves picked in summer, roots dug in spring or fall, and seeds gathered in fall Burdock is a sturdy biennial, with a rosette of large leaves forming in the first year, as the tap root deepens. In the second year the stems shoot up, producing the thistle-like flowers or burrs that gave it the old name of beggar’s buttons. The roots are best used in the first fall or second spring, and are more tonic in the spring.
Backyard Medicine - Harvest, Make Your Own Herbal Remedies by J. Bruton-Seal, et. al.,