Hi Everyone, I'm hoping someone can help me. I understand all herb menstrun levels pretty well. As long as there in 2 digits. For example 1:5 or 5:1. My problem is trying to figure out what 1:3:15 is supposed to mean?Lol I'm am currently trying to decide between a tincture of Motherwort that is 1:4 and one that is 1:3:15. Yes they are both made with fresh parts. Lol I am trying to figure out which one is stronger but that's a bit hard to do when I don't know what 1:3:15 means. Normally I would be inclined to think it was lower in strength but this company is usually known for selling stronger ones then the one that's 1:4. So I'm really hoping someone can help me
I’ve only seen them with two numbers :a ratio - first number being plant and second number being volume of alcohol (menstrum)
Maybe call the company and ask what the third number represents.
Is this one of Buhners recommended sources?
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