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stork
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Just bought a bunch of bulk herbal powders and I'm waiting for an encapsulation machine. Can I just put them in water and drink them down until my encapsulation machine comes in the mail, or will there be zero benefit?

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glm1111
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Mixing the herbs in applesauce might be more palatable. I mix my herbs that way, and it works fine.

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i do water. I do warm water, then put the herbs, then I gulp it down like a shot. I kinda think its the best way.
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Mixing with water works fine - try to swish and 'chew' the sludge in your mouth for about 5 minutes before swallowing to absorb the compounds systemically.
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