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This tincture of dried Cupressus arizonica herb was made in our lab using Organic Gluten Free Cane Alcohol, ultra-filtered water, glycerine, and the Cold Percolation process (1:5, 80%)
Arizona Cypress leaf tincture can be useful in dealing with respiratory molds.
Dosage: the average starting adult dosage is 15 drops, up to 2 times a day for several weeks. This dosage might need to be adjusted.
It is said that burning some of the dried leaf, as an incense in a house with mold contamination, seems to reduce the human signs of mold irritations. Combining the incense burning with some of the extract internally works even better.
Arizona Cypress is also known anecdotally to decrease bacterial biofilms. This action opens up all kinds of uses with the more difficult to destroy bacteria, including Lyme Borreliosis.
Also one should note, that the extract or strong tea as a wash is effective for Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus or MRSA. While not a complete answer, it may be considered as part of a protocol.