1/2 Gallon Strictly Medicinal Tincture Press (Lab Press), Stainless Steel, Spring-Loaded Return

$1,450.00

PLEASE NOTE:  Thank you to everyone who purchased our introductory run of presses.  We are in the process of manufacturing more presses, including the style shown (black finish) and also a 100% stainless steel model.  Stay tuned, we will enable purchase of presses when we actually have them in hand.  Here are some specs on the presses we make:

Tincture press 1/2 gallon size

MADE IN AMERICA

“…I bought one of your work horse herb presses ten years ago and use it weekly. Hands down the best investment I’ve ever made as it continues to put $2000 in our humble herbalist pockets every month!”

Manufactured by Strictly Medicinal, LLC

Press is fully assembled and ready to use!

Delivery to US and Canadian addresses ONLY

Here’s a video that shows the press in operation.

The Strictly Medicinal Tincture Press, available in 1/2 gallon size only.

Hand-squeezing medicinal herb tinctures and herb infused oils is OK for starters, but most people who have tried this soon find the method somewhat wasteful. The hydraulic tincture press saves time and labor while increasing yields by as much as 40%. Herbs, alcohol and organic olive oil can be quite expensive, and a high quality tincture press pays for itself in short order by maximizing returns of all these precious substances. Furthermore, the higher pressures obtained in the tincture press result in better extraction of medicinal constituents from the herbs, resulting in products of increased strength and efficacy.

herbal extract machine

“In over two decades in the herb industry I have had the opportunity to press out thousands of herbal extracts, using all kinds and sizes of tincture presses. The Strictly Medicinal Tincture Press is manufactured according to my exact specifications, and it is the sweetest, cleanest, most efficient midsize press I have ever operated. The spring-loaded return is a breeze. Nowadays I make extracts for family and friends, and I find that this tincture press perfectly fits my needs—big enough to do gallons of echinacea, but small enough to do a scant quart of valerian.” –Richo

Features of the 1/2 gallon tincture press:

• Heavy steel construction

• All stainless steel herb contact surfaces, including custom piston and pressing pans

• Heavy duty 2 speed fast lift 6-ton hydraulic jack squeezes out every last drop

• Automatic spring-loaded return

3 inch HDPE pressing block included

• 2 hoses and 2 pressing cloths included free of charge

 

Specifications of the 1/2 gallon tincture press:

• Measures 11” wide x 27” high x 6” deep

• Weighs 60 pounds

• Processes smallest batches up to ½ gallon or more per pressing

• Normal turn-around time 10 minutes per pressing

• Easily presses 3 gallons per hour

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  1. Lindsey

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    Lindsey

    Will you make this with a larger capacity at some point? And can you please also email me when these come back in stock? THank you

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi Lindsey, We used to make the 1 gallon capacity but found that the yield was less efficient than with the smaller pans (which get more PSI). We will e-mail you when the presses are again complete and ready to sell.
      Richo

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  2. Erin Crawford

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    Erin Crawford

    When will this come back in stock?

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi Erin,
      It is now the beginning of February in 2019 and we are working up another run of presses. Because we ended up making people wait last time we pre-sold presses, we’ve resolved to sell only what we have in terms of complete and ready-to-go presses. I’ll e-mail you when these come back in stock.
      Richo

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    • lindsey crochet

      lindsey crochet

      Hi, Please email me as well when these come back in stock. I look forward to upgrading my press. Looks like this one is designed with experience and care. Bravo

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      As of late February 2019 presses are again in production and they look really good. There will be the standard black finish and there will also be a 100% stainless steel model available. Richo

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  3. Sherri Anderson

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    Sherri Anderson

    How does the press make oils?

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      The press doesn’t make oils. Essential oils are made with a distiller which this is not. Oil infusions (e.g. calendulated oil) can however be easily pressed out with this tincture press.

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    • Chloe

      Chloe

      Is it super loud? Curious, I use a hand crank cider press currently and love it but I would like to upscale

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi Chloe, Our press is silent except for the slight swoosh of the jack handle pumping and an occasional fizz of fluids escaping under pressure. It would be a nice upgrade from a cider press. cheers, richo

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    • Steve De Chellis

      Steve De Chellis

      Howdy. Can this press be used for pressing out hazelnut oil? Other nuts and seeds? Would I have to grind them first? What other uses can I get out of this press besides tinctures?? Thank you!

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      hi steve, the press does not express oil from seeds, it can’t do that, nor does it produce essential oils. it is for pressing out juice from any ground herbs or fruits, also for pressing out infused oils or tinctures. richo

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