Cold Remedy Tea Herbs Wildflowers Recipe
This Cold Remedy Tea Herbs Wildflowers Recipe will help swollen sinuses, congestion, treating fevers and bronchitis…. all in an infused tea blend.
Now for this specific type of herbal infusion tea you are going to need four different types: elderflower, wild rose, red clover, and anise hyssop. These are all really common wildflowers that should be growing around your house or neighborhood. Dry out the petals, and then steep them in a tea to enjoy a nice wonderful blast of springtime within your mouth.
Elderflowers (Click Here to Buy from Amazon)
Wild Rose Petals (Click Here to Buy from Amazon)
Red Clover Flowers (Click Here to Buy from Amazon)
Anise hyssop leaf with flowering tops (Click Here to Buy from Amazon)
Glass Teapot with Infuser (Click Here to Buy from Amazon)
Elderflowers: Elderflower is used for swollen sinuses (sinusitis), colds, influenza (flu), swine flu, bronchitis, diabetes, and constipation.
Wild Rose Petals: Rose petals are mildly sedative, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-parasitic. They’re also mild laxatives, a good supportive tonic for the heart, and great for lowering cholesterol.
Anise Hyssop Leaf with Flowering Tops: Used as an infusion in tea and cold remedies. Will relieve congestion. Being diaphoretic, a hot infusion will induce perspiration and is therefore useful in treating fevers.
Red Clover: is commonly used as an alternative herb to support skin health, both through internal and external use, and is also considered a mild lymphatic. Herbalists use it for a variety of skin ailments, from eczema to psoriasis to acne.
This brilliant tea is birthed by a cookbook Foraging & Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook by Dina Falconi, she talks about the “Flower Power” tea, made with wildflowers. What exactly is a infusion type tea? This is where you would use dried herbs to make a delicious tasting tea.
There are many types of herbal teas that one can make, and as you adventure out on your journey of making teas keep in mind that you will need more if you are using fresh herbs or flowers; than you would if you already had them dried out.
Another good point of Dina Falconi’s book Foraging & Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook is that it showed plant maps for a lot of her herbs that she uses. By understanding how the plant itself is made up you will be able to understand what part of the plant to take and use within your teas.
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