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Friendship Tea

Ingredients:
2 1/2 cups sugar
1 cup Tang orange drink
1 cup instant tea
1 1/2 tsp. cinnamon
3/4 tsp. ground cloves
Add all ingredients to a large bowl
to mix. Stir until blended. Store in
a tightly covered container. Add 2 1/2
to 3 tsps. of tea mixture to hot water.
This also makes a wonderful gift to a
friend.


Herbal Infusion in Water:

For leaves, flowers and crushed seeds
1 cup water
2 tsp. Herb tea
Boil water in a glass, enamel coated or stainless steel pan and take
off the burner. Add the herb tea to the water. Cover, and let it
steep for 10 minutes. Strain into a cup. Can be sweetened with honey.

Cold Infusion:

An easy and energy efficient way to make tea.
1 qt. Water
3 T. herb
Fill j
LuIgI says:


Cold Infusion:

An easy and energy efficient way to make tea.
1 qt. Water
3 T. herb
Fill jar with water, add herb tea, and let it sit out or in the
refrigerator overnight. Strain into a clean pitcher.


Herbal Decoction:

For roots, bark, twigs and large seeds.
1 cup water
2 tsp. Herb tea
Bring water to a simmer. Add herb tea to the water. Cover and let
simmer 10 - 20 minutes. Strain into a cup.


Sun Tea:

Another easy, energy efficient way to make tea.
1 qt. Water
3 T. Herb tea
Fill a jar with water. Add herbal tea. Let it sit in a sunny spot
outside for at least 4 hours. Strain into a clean pitcher.


Herbal Bath Tea:

2 cups water
4 tsp. Herb tea
Bring water to a simmer. Add herbal tea to the water. Cover and let
simmer gently for 10 minutes. Strain into bath water.


ALLERGY / DECONGESTANT

(Infusion)
1 part nettles
1 part peppermint
1 part mullein leaf
1 part comfrey leaf
1/2 part eyebright
1/2 part licorice
1/2 part rosehips
1/4 part marshmallow
1/4 part elder berries
1/4 part hyssop
Mix. Boil. Sweeten if necessary. Drink.


IMMUNE VITALIZER

(Infusion)
1 part lemon balm
1 part peppermint
1/2 part ginger, dry
1/2 part elder flowers
1/2 part lemongrass
1/2 part yarrow flower
1/4 part Echinacea root
Mix. Boil. Sweeten if necessary. Drink.


LIVER CLEANSER

(Decoction)
1 part dandelion root, roasted
1 part burdock root
1 part chicory root, roasted
1/4 part ginger, dry
1/4 part milk thistle seeds, crushed
1/4 part flaxseeds, crushed
Mix. Boil. Sweeten if necessary. Drink.


MONTHLY STABILIZER

(Infusion)
4 parts raspberry leaves
1 part chamomile
1/2 part burdock root
1/2 part licorice root
1/4 part dong quai, broken into pieces
Mix. Boil. Sweeten if necessary. Drink.


RELAXATION TEA

(Infusion)
2 parts lemon balm
1 part chamomile
1/2 part catnip
1/2 part skullcap
1/2 part passionflower
1/4 part St. John's Wort
1/4 part lavender
Stevia to taste
Mix. Boil. Sweeten if necessary. Drink.


SPRING CLEANING

(Infusion)
2 parts red clover blossoms
1/4 part olive leaf
1 part nettles
1/2 part chickweed
1/4 part fenugreek
1/4 fennel seed
1/4 part licorice
Mix. Boil. Sweeten if necessary. Drink.


Arthritis Salve

Ingredients:
1 1/2 oz fresh Mint Leaf
1 1/2 oz crushed fresh Eucalyptus Leaf
1/4 oz crushed dried Bay Leaf
1/2 oz crushed or powdered dried Golden Seal Root
1/2 lb. Vegetable Shortening (in the "old days" lard was used) (if the fresh herbs cannot be found, substitution with dried herbs is OK)
Mixing Directions:
Mix all herbs together. Melt the Vegetable Shortening in a pot on low flame, adding a little at a time to speed the melting process. When all the Shortening has been melted, turn off the fire, and slowly stir in the mixed herbs. When all is mixed well, pour the liquid salve into a jar. DO NOT USE PLASTIC!!! USE GLASS ONLY!!! (plastic will draw out the essence of the herbs...) Cap the jar and refrigerate until the shortening has become a solid again, and is cold. Will keep for about a week.
Directions of Use:
Gather a small amount onto hand and massage onto skin of afflicted joint. Let set for at least one hour. Repeat as necessary.

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