When I arrived home I cleaned and sterilised the jars and realised I was going to have a spectator. My husband. I didn't mind at all as it gave me a little confidence; not that he would be any help as he didn't know what to do or what a tincture was. But it was nice just to share the experience together. We inspected the vodka bottle with great interest and noticed that their logo was a wolf and a eagle he said 'that is you and me, I am the wolf and you are the eagle'. Well, that made my day. I love it when he says things like that to me.
I measures out the the herbs, I used half a jar for each tincture. Then filled up the jar with vodka. I made labels for each tincture. The lavender label looks as if I was actually drinking the vodka rather than making tinctures.
The next lot of tinctures I make I will make them on a 'new moon' as I read over on Moon Daughter that making them on a new moon helps to draw out the liquid. Now I just have to remember to shake them every day for a week or so and then every week and then wait six months to stain them.
All in all it was so much easier than I anticipated, I don't really even know why I thought it would be difficult
This posted is well over due and I can't believe that it has been sat in my notebook for well over a month, note to self - must try harder.