Herbal extraction is the long-standing art of extracting pure essence, flavor, aromatic and medicinal constituents from botanicals. Extracts are also commonly referred to as tinctures by herbalists or other practitioners. Natural herbal extracts are commonly used for flavoring and preserving, as well as for healing and fortifying medicines.
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Flavor Extracts are cooking flavor aids made by extracting the flavor of the source plant material and incorporating it into a liquid alcohol base. Flavors are used in baked goods (like cookies and cakes), in alcoholic beverages (like in Amaretto Sour), and in dairy products (like ice cream and pudding).
There are many types of flavor extracts. Some examples are: cherry, almond, cinnamon, anise, orange, lemon, peppermint, and vanilla.
Flower essences are energetic medicines working on powerful yet subtle vibrational levels of healing. The essences come in the form of extracts in alcohol that can be used with any other system of healing or medication with no harmful side effects and many benefits. To use, simply place a drop or two of the essence under the tongue several times a day. Flower essences are odorless and tasteless and are absorbed instantly into they body, beginning their healing work quickly after they are taken. Flower essences were popularized by Dr. Edward Bach., a prominent physician in England during the early 20th century.
The original reason for fortifying wine was to preserve it. Alcohol is a natural preservative, and when added before the fermentation of wine is complete, it kills the yeast and leaves residual sugar behind. The end result is a wine that is both sweeter and stronger, normally containing about 20% alcohol by volume (ABV). Even though other preservation methods exist, fortification continues to be used because wine drinkers took a liking to this kind of wine.
Many different styles of fortified wine have been developed. The most popular ones are port, sherry, madeira, marsala, and vermouth.