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Herbal First Aid Kit Teas and Infusions

Herbal First Aid Kit Teas and Infusions

A simple selection of herbal first aid kit teas and infusions can help heal and soothe some of the most common ailments your family may encounter. By learning how to prepare basic herbal remedies such as teas and infusions you will use what mother nature provides to heal your body and build your immune system.

Herbal First Aid Kit Teas and Infusions

Peppermint Leaf Tea

Nausea, Indigestion, Gas, Congestion

Calendula Flower Extract

Cuts, Scrapes, Minor Burns, Inflamed Rashes

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Fennel Seeds

Indigestion, Gas, Bloat, Increase Breast Milk

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Chamomile Flowers Tea & Infusion

Calming, Ingestion , Soothe Wounds & Rashes

 

Ginger Root Tea or Fresh Thin Slices

Nausea, Vomiting, Lowers High Blood Pressure

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Red Raspberry Leaf Tea

Soothe Menstrual Cramps, Diarrhea, Cramps
After Miscarriage

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Lavender Tea Infusion

Stress, Anxiety, Induce Sleep, Reduce Scarring, Heal Minor Burns and Cold Sores

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Lemon Leaf Balm Tea

Restlessness, Irritability, Colic, Toothache

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Stinging Nettles Leaf Tea or Infusion

Seasonal Allergies, Water Retention, Painful Urination, Kidney Stones Urinary Tract Infection

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Rosemary: is a stimulant that increases blood flow to the head, so it is an excellent cure for headaches.

Herbal infusions are made from the more delicate parts of the plant, including the leaves, flowers and aromatic parts. These fragile plant parts must be steeped rather than simmered because they give up their medicinal properties more easily than do the tougher roots and barks.

Directions:

1. To make an infusion, simply boil 1 quart of water per ounce of herb (or 1 cup of water to 1 tablespoon of herb).

2. Pour water over the herb(s) and let steep for 30 to 60 minutes.

The proportion of water to herb and the required time to infuse varies greatly, depending on the herb. Start out with the above proportions and then experiment. The more herb you use and the longer you let it steep, the stronger the brew. Let your taste buds and your senses guide you.

How to Make Medicinal Herb Tea at Home

How to Make Medicinal Herb Tea at Home

How to make medicinal herb tea at home to impart healing wellness properties from herbs you have grown in your own garden. Herbs have long been used for medicinal purposes. These herbs can easily be part of any home herb garden and turned into one of many different medicinal preparations. Depending on the climate where…Continue Reading