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This is  a Badge Bit (BB) that is part of the PEP Curiculum. Completing this BB is part of getting the sand badge in Natural Medicine.

For this BB you will create a tincture out of cayenne fruit.

- Make a journal page about a recipe for cayenne fruit tincture along with dosage information.
- Make the cayenne fruit tincture, and take a picture of it being made, and of it being finished.

Optional:

- Make a journal page about the uses and attributes of cayenne and how to and harvest it. Add it to the herb section.





Website pages on how to make cayenne tincture:


https://www.herbalprepper.com/make-cayenne-tincture/

https://www.marysheirloomseeds.com/blogs/news/31838401-benefits-of-cayenne-pepper-and-tincture-tutorial

https://jillshomeremedies.com/2016/03/how-to-make-a-cayenne-tincture.html

To show you've completed this BB you must post pictures of the following:

- the journal page showing your recipe and dosage information for the cayenne fruit tincture
- picture of the cayenne, either harvested by you or purchased
- picture of the tincture being made
- picture of the finished tincture in its labeled jar.

Optional:
- the journal page showing the attributes of cayenne and how to harvest and prepare it
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On August 20 I harvested the cayenne from my garden, diced the pepper, added it to a jar, and covered it with 95% grain alcohol. I left it to mascerate in a dark place for 6 weeks, shaking the jar every 1-2 days. 6 weeks later on October 2 I strained and bottled the tincture.
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Harvesting
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Chopping
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8 ounces total
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Ready for 6 weeks of maceration
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Strained and bottled
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Recipe and Dosage Info
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Cayenne Uses and Attributes
 
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