This recipe comes from Walk in Beauty an herb shop in Colfax, California
This blend contains chamomile, which is high in calcium and has anti-inflammatory properties. Anyone with allergies to the ragweed may want to eliminate the chamomile in this recipe. For those growing their own herbs, nettle and horsetail can be invasive in wet areas, so it's advised to grow them in containers.
Yield: 1 1/4 cups
2 ounces dried nettle leaves
2 ounces dried oatstraw
2 ounces dried chamomile flowers
1 ounce dried alfalfa
1 ounce dried horsetail
1 ounce dried red raspberry leaves
1 ounce dried spearmint ( more of less to taste)
Mix up the dry herb tea blend and store in an airtight glass jar away from heat and light.
To prepare tea, use one teaspoon per cup of boiling water and infuse (cover) for 10 minutes.
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