Herbal Essence Mono N°8 - Kardenwurzel

Herbal Essence Mono N°8 - Kardenwurzel

Traditional Herbal Recipe

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Vegan


Quantity: 30 ml
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The Herbal Essence Cardoon Root is a high-quality plant extract, which is produced according to Paracelsian tradition in an elaborate and multi-stage process. The aim is to preserve and utilise the wholeness of the respective plant through distillation and extraction. The herbs used are produced in the midst of the Bregenzerwald mountains and are partly harvested by hand and freshly processed.

Cardoon root belongs to the cardoon family and supports a healthy skin appearance.


The herbal spiritouse can be enjoyed pure or in combination with water or tea (see application for recommendations).
Alcohol 27%, cardoon root.
If needed, add 5 drops to water or tea.
Herbal spirit, contains alcohol. Keep out of reach of small children. Store at room temperature, dry and away from light.

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