In this process, roots, barks or chips are soaked, then boiled to extract their resinous properties. The decoction differs from the infusion in that heat is applied and continued over a period of time (boiling or simmering), because roots and barks generally need longer heating to extract their active principles.
Blackberry root bark, Black Cohosh root, Burdock seeds, Comfrey root, Dandelion root, Echinacea root, Ginger fresh slices, or dried, Mullein root, Reishi Mushroom dried, Siberian Ginseng, Willow bark, Yellow Dock root.
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