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So, here is everything you need to know about liquid herbal extracts:

Liquid herbal extracts have the wellness world abuzz by harnessing the power of plants and delivering rapid absorption. But what exactly are liquid herbal extracts? And, why would you want to consider trying them? Explore our expert guide to liquid herbal extracts for all your questions answered.
Our pursuit of striving for minimal excipients is what sets us apart. Just as the clean beauty movement revolutionised the category, we hope that our vision will spur innovation to set a new benchmark within the vitamin and supplement industry.

herbal extract

And this is how they are made

First, raw ingredients, like flowers, roots and herbs are chopped into small pieces
This is combined with ethanol and water, and percolated in a large drum for a few days
We use a hydraulic press to separate the extract from the plant material
The liquid is filtered to remove any solids and produce a clean final product
We add our finishing touches and bottle the goodness for you

But, what makes liquid herbal extracts so special?

Wanderlust liquid herbal extracts are plant powered, rapidly absorbed, and contain minimal excipients. With rapid absorption in mind, you can see why liquid herbal extracts come in a huge variety of formulas that can be taken orally to support a range of health benefits.

A few popular liquids worth mentioning are ashwagandha traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine for stress support, valerian traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to relieve sleeplessness and milk thistle traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to support the body’s natural detoxification processes.

Feel the liquid difference yourself.

Seriously, don’t take our word for it,here’s what other people are saying...

Siberian Ginseng

"Tastes so good! This is my go to in the afternoon when I am really fatigued, have been adding to my water bottle and gets me through."

- Lulu

"Turmeric is my all-time fave. I started using it a while back when I had a sore back, and loved it so much I haven't stopped since. It's my new everyday go-to."

- Charlotte

"This product has become part of my bedtime routine! Genuinely feel like it's been making a difference."

- Shari

"I love the liquid format, you can really taste the herbal goodness straight away. Highly recommend!"

- Pierre

Let’s make it easy – here are our top picks to get started

If you’re ready to feel the liquid difference, these are some of our favourites. Always read the label and follow directions for use.

Siberian Ginseng

Traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to support energy levels and as an adaptogen to help the body adapt to stress.


Traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as an anti-inflammatory to relieve inflammation.


Traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine to calm nerves and as an adaptogen to help the body adapt to stress.

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Still curious?

Q: How do I take liquid herbal extracts?

A: Liquid herbal extracts can be easily added to your daily rituals as they can be taken in a variety of ways. It all comes down to your preference and what’s simply easiest for you. If you’re newbie to liquid herbal extracts, we suggest diluting them in water, juice or herbal tea.

They can taste a little bitter at first while your taste buds adapt, so watering liquid herbal extracts down with something else can make them tastier. If you’re a seasoned liquid herbal extract user (nice-to-meet-you), you can drop directly under the tongue or dilute the directed dose in 30mL of still or sparkling water before consuming.

Q: What do they taste like?

A: A bitter or earthy flavour is typical of herbal extracts. If you are new to liquid herbal extracts, we suggest diluting the extract with water or juice as your taste buds adapt. Our liquid herbal extracts are complemented by natural peppermint or natural orange oil.

Q: Why do liquid herbal extracts contain alcohol?

A: Alcohol has traditionally been used to create extracts for centuries, and today it is still the best natural solvent for the widest range of plant actives. The amount of alcohol in a single dose of our liquid herbal extracts is on average, less than 10% of a standard drink!

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