Teas vs Tinctures & Syrups: Which One Is Best For you?
Tea is a beverage made by steeping dried plant leaves, flowers, or roots in hot water. Tincture is a liquid extract made by soaking herbs in alcohol or another solvent to extract their active compounds.
The main difference between tea and tincture is the method of preparation and the concentration of active compounds.
Tea is typically weaker and less concentrated than tincture, and it is consumed orally by drinking the liquid.
Tincture is typically more concentrated and is taken orally by placing a few drops under the tongue or mixing it into a beverage.