Mandrake also known as Mandragora. Satan's Apple.
Mandrake has been used in small doses for rheumatoid arthritis as well as for female fertility for centuries.
The roots of Mandrake were supposed to bear a resemblance to the human form, on account of their habit of forking into two and shooting on each side. In the old Herbals we find them frequently figured as a male with a long beard, and a female with a very bushy head of hair. Many weird superstitions collected round the Mandrake root. As an amulet, it was once placed on mantelpieces to avert misfortune and to bring prosperity and happiness to the house.
This tincture was crafted in a 1:1 ratio and uses Tag Number 5 vodka which is distilled in Ontario.