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Simply Sunnah's Herbal Glycerites are concentrated herbal extracts created with great care and are easy and convenient to use and can be taken for acute illness or in a preventative fashion when used daily. 


Glycerin is a thick, sweet-tasting liquid that’s clear in color. It's the natural result of breaking down oil or fat. Although sweet, it contains no sugar and no fat. 


Glycerin tinctures are the go-to option for children due to its taste and safety advantage. They also provide a smart solution for those wanting to avoid alcohol for health or religious reasons. 


Our vegetable glycerin is organic, kosher and non-gmo. 

Multi-Vitamin Support
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Take one or two dropper fulls with any drink once a day and enjoy the ease of getting your vitamins without swallowing a bunch of pills!

alfalfa - is a wonderful base because it aids in the assimilation of other plant elements. It is also high in Vitamins A and K, both key nutrients for overall wellness. High in chlorophyll, it’s gentle for the convalescing patient, and excellent for someone desiring stamina and strength. Eight essential amino acids, chlorophyll, iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sulfur, chlorine, sodium, potassium. 

dandelion - Great sources of calcium can be hard to find. Dandelion is high in calcium. It is also nutritive for the blood and helpful for anemia as it has iron. It cleanses the liver and nourishes both the female organs as well as the urinary tract. It aids in digestion, and is also high in iron and Vitamin A. Dandelion is a good remedy for constipation.

gingko - High in calcium, iron and Vitamin C, ginkgo is also excellent for circulation and has many anti-aging properties. Ginkgo is best consumed often for optimum benefits.

hibiscus flower - This tart and beautiful petal is high in Vitamin C and anti-oxidants. Hibiscus helps to balance blood pressure, reduce inflammation, improve insomnia and aid in the treatment of diabetes. Paired with rose buds, hibiscus is used to alleviate depression.

milk thistle - Excellent for healthy liver function, milk thistle is high in fatty acids and Vitamin E.

mullein - Mullein leaf is key for improving respiratory health. However, it’s also a good basic herb for providing iron, magnesium and potassium. 

nettle - Great for detoxification and cleansing, nettle leaf improves liver and kidney function. Also good for digestion, nettle is high in chlorophyll, Vitamins A, C,, D minerals, calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, and amino acids. Nettle is a must-include in any daily routine, in my opinion. 

mint - Perhaps surprisingly, peppermint is not only good for digestion. It is high in calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, iron, niacin, potassium, riboflavin, thiamine, Vitamin A, and amino acids. Peppermint also makes an excellent base with other herbs because it increases circulation and thus stimulates their absorption and the utilization of their properties.

plantain - are high in beta carotene, Vitamin C, and calcium. They are also good for indigestion.

raspberry leaf - This leaf is high in antioxidants and excellent for balancing hormones, especially in reducing estrogen dominance. It is high in calcium, iron, manganese, magnesium, niacin, selenium, Vitamin A, and Vitamin C. Raspberry leaf relieves migraines for many patients when consumed daily.

red clover - High in chromium, calcium, magnesium, niacin, potassium, phosphorous, thiamine, and Vitamin C, this herb is also estrogenic. It, therefore, supports the production of estrogen and is best taken during the first half of a woman’s cycle. Its bitter compounds are known to reduce inflammation, improve digestion, and relieve pain.

rose hips - Vitamin C are also good for the circulatory system.

sage - Good for digestion, relief of inflammation and headaches, and general strengthening of the nervous system, sage is high in calcium, magnesium, potassium, thiamine, Vitamin A, K and zinc.



organic non-gmo vegetable glycerin, carbon filtered water, alfalfa, dandelion, ginkgo, hibiscus flowers, milk thistle seed, mullein, nettle mint, plantain, raspberry leaf, red clover, rose hips, sage