Solidago, birch and other herbs

Fresh herb tincture from organically grown and wild-harvested herbs

Golden Rod
  • Fresh herb tincture
  • Made with organically grown or wild-harvested herbs
  • 100% natural
  • Botanical food supplement

Solidago Complex, or as we sometimes call it, Alfred Vogel’s ‘waterfall drops’ are a combination of four herbs which work synergistically in the body. Apart from Solidago (Solidago virgaurea) the herbs present in this fresh herb tincture are Birch (Betula pendula), Restharrow (Ononis spinosa) and Horsetail (Equisetum arvense).

50ml (in stock) £ 9.75

Product reviews

Solidago Complex tincture

Customer rating:

19th March 2016

“Kona mi bruker kun dette solidago produktet. Vi kjenner ikke til noe annet som hjelper i samme grad.”


Response from A.Vogel: Thank you for your feedback.

Solidago Complex tincture

Customer rating:

9th January 2014

“it certainly works as a strong diuretic and with a regular intake of water it helps the kidney function. so with some personal effort, it does what the label says. i am a chronic sufferer of kidney stones; a combination of good diet, lots of water, absence of alcohol and the solidago complex has eased my pain a lot although it is hard to define limits of the product in this case. i would recommended it to other people with a similar condition or for any intoxication diet”

Response from A.Vogel: Thrilled to read your comments and your recommendation of our product, thank you.

Solidago Complex tincture

Customer rating:

4th April 2013

“Excellent products”

Response from A.Vogel: Feedback greatly appreciated.

Solidago Complex tincture

Customer rating:

20th April 2012

“Unexpectedly gave me terrible stomach ache. Have not used it since. Have no trouble with taking the plant as an infusion.”

Solidago Complex tincture

Customer rating:

8th March 2012

“I chose both of these for my father who is sufferering with a kidney and prostate problem. I contacted your adviser who couldn't really comment since he was in hospital and on pills. After internet reseach I decided it maybe to risky to give him although I'm sure it would really. Couldn't take the risk though.”

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