All herbal extracts on the market have a ratio affixed to the product to help us determine how much solvent/material was used to create the finished product.
An example we can use is Damiana with a ratio of 1:3
This tells us that 1 part of solvent was used with 3 parts of Damiana to produce the extract.
Typically extracts made from FRESH plant material use equal parts of material to equal parts of solvent such as a ratio of 1:1 and extracts made from DRIED material will require more material against solvent such as a ratio of 1:4
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