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Best practice for combining herbs

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I am new the forum and the herbal world overral (in terms of research).

For months I've taken the below herbs as tinctures and wanted to know what might be the best practice for taking them together. Oftentimes I take them all at once.

- Pine Pollen tincture (under tongue)
- Kudzu, Angelica, Milk Thistle, Artichoke, Dandelion tincture (under tongue)
- Graviola tincture (warm water)
- Chaga mushroom tincture (warm water)

Should I be separating these out?
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I don't have an answer for you. But Doc Jones, who has posted on Permies, has a forum where you could ask your question.

A blurb from his site: https://homegrownherbalist.net/pages/our-online-herb-school

Dr. Patrick Jones, founder of the HomeGrown Herbalist School of Botanical Medicine has been a practicing veterinarian for over 25 years. He is also a clinical herbalist and traditional naturopath. For years he has seen the power of herbs bless the lives of his veterinary patients as well as his human clients.
Because of his veterinary credentials, Dr. Jones is regularly able to treat cases that most herbalists would not have within the normal scope of their practice. Gangrene, rattlesnake bites, gunshot wounds, poisonings, massive hemorrhage, shock, brain trauma, sepsis and countless other conditions have been part of Dr. Jones' daily herbal practice for decades. Dr. Jones has literally seen miracles with medicinal plants in his veterinary practice and has used his extensive experience to help his human clients as well.

A case study:

His forum: http://herb-talk.com/
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