In-house Botanical Dispensary

Troy Naturopathic now has an in-house botanical dispensary. The botanical dispensary holds over 100 herbs in tincture, tea & essential oil form and is constantly growing in size to include a wider selection of herbs.

Dr. Dimpi customizes each tincture with an individualized dose and combination of herbs for each of her patients. 

Introducing Dr. Dimpi's tea Blends:

  • Women's Vitality Blend
  • Mood Tonic Blend
  • Energizing Detox Blend

Single loose leaf teas:

  • Nettle leaf
  • Dandelion leaf & root
  • Red raspberry leaf
  • Chamomile flowers
  • Ginger root
  • Peppermint leaf

"Drinking herbal tea is one of my favorite ways to relax. It is also an inexpensive form of botanical medicine that it is often under utilized. I am excited to emphasize the medicinal benefits of herbal tea at Troy Naturopathic with my signature tea blends. These custom tea blends are made with 100% USDA certified organic ingredients and carefully researched."

~Dr. Dimpi

Common questions:

Q: What is a tincture?

A tincture is a crude plant (leaves, flowers, stem, root) extracted in grain alcohol.

Q: Why does Dr. Dimpi use tinctures in her practice?

Tinctures allow for 'whole food' liquid administration of botanical medicine & allow for Dr. Dimpi to easily customize individualized formulas for each of her patients.

Q: What is the difference between a tea & tincture? 

A tea usually utilizes one or two parts of the plant in its dried form. A tincture usually utilizes the whole plant and because it is extracted in liquid form, a tincture can deliver 10 times greater potency than a tea.

Q: Are tinctures safe for children or during pregnancy?

Yes they are! Tinctures contain a comparable percentage of alcohol found in a fermented banana. And if the alcohol content is a concern you can add a tincture to any hot tea to vaporize the alcohol content.