Custom Herbal Syrup

Made-to-Order Herbal Syrups

Handcrafted with Organic Herbs and Raw Local Honey

Herbal Syrups are one of the most effective and delicious ways to experience the amazing benefits of medicinal plants and herbs. Lamie Wellness Herbal Syrups are full of the same health benefits as our handcrafted teas, just a little bit sweeter and a whole lot stronger! Often taken to help support a healthy lifestyle, herbal syrups are the go-to wellness product for many people who are trying to stay happy and healthy, naturally.

Please reach out to us anytime if you have any questions about our herbal syrups!

Our Herbal Syrups are handcrafted in small batches with Organic Herbs and Raw Local Honey from Northern Michigan. Since each syrup is made-to-order, please allow us 3-5 days to create your custom syrup.

Small | 4 oz | 24 servings
Regular | 8 oz | 48 servings
Large | 16 oz | 96 servings
Bulk | 32 oz | 192 servings

• Raw Local Honey
• Herbal Decoction (water, custom herbal blend)

Our Herbal Syrups are powerful wellness products that should be taken daily for best results. Since we make our syrups strong and effective, a typical serving size is just 1 tsp daily. The 4 oz bottle of our Herbal Syrup contains 24 servings (1 tsp each). You may take up to 1-2 tsp every few hours for extra wellness benefits.

Raw Honey*
Used as a natural remedy for thousands of years, raw honey is full of beneficial plant chemicals and antioxidants that help the body by fighting off harmful free radicals. Some research has shown that honey is naturally antibacterial and contains antiseptics that can help kill unwanted bacteria in the body.

One of the most notable benefits of nettle is the plant’s wide variety of nutrients. It contains Vitamins A and C, as well as multiple B vitamins. Nettle has also been shown to improve liver health by flushing our toxins and reducing inflammation. It can act as a natural diuretic and help cleanse the body of unwanted toxins.

Valerian has been used as an herbal remedy to treat insomnia for hundreds of years. It has been shown to reduce anxiety and produce a calming effect that can be used to combat restlessness. If you are in need of some quality sleep, valerian might be just what you need.

Turmeric is a well-known spice in the culinary world, but it has recently received a lot of attention in the world of medicine. Studies have shown that curcumin, the main active ingredient in turmeric, is as effective in treating depression as the leading anti-depressant medications.

Milk Thistle*
When it comes to liver health, milk thistle is one of the most beneficial herbs. Similar to nettle, it can help reduce liver inflammation and reduce the damage to the liver caused by toxic substances, such as alcohol.

St. John’s Wort*
The most well-known benefit of St. John’s Wort is its ability to help fight depression. There have been many studies done on St. John’s Wort and some of them have found it to be effective in restoring emotional balance and promoting a healthy mood.

Many people know the delicious taste of chamomile tea. It has a delightfully earthy and slightly sweet taste that has made it one of the most popular herbal teas in the world. It has also a very popular plant in the world of herbal medicine and has been shown to improve the overall quality of sleep in many people that take chamomile before bed.

Besides being one of the most delicious and sought-after spices in the world, cinnamon is also loaded with antioxidants. It also has anti-inflammatory properties that help your body heal and fight infections.

This product is not recommended for children, especially children under the age of 1. Consult your doctor before taking Herbal Syrup and other herbal supplements.

Avoid taking other prescription medicines while taking Herbal Syrup. These are powerful herbal products and may have a negative impact on the effectiveness of other medications.

*For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness.