Herbal Tinctures & Teas: There are many ways to prepare herbal remedies. The ones presented here were developed through trial and error over the course of centuries of use. Herbalists have found that each herb releases its healing powers in certain forms. Some herbs are most productive when they are prepared as decoctions while others…
Tag: Homemade Herbals
Red Clover Herb
Red Clover grows in the fields everywhere so it’s easy to collect the blossoms and dry them to make tea later.
Always Label Your Herbals
Its important to have a record of how and when you made the remedy, what is in it and what it is. Homemade Herbal Label.
Red Clover Herbal Tea as a Blood Cleanser Remedy
This is a simple and delicious way to use the blood cleansing Red Clover Herb. Drink it hot or over ice.
Yarrow Herb, Remedies from the Fields
Yarrow’s anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties make it a perfect first aid remedy.
Grow your own garden and herbs
During the last decades there has been a change towards mechanization and homogenization of farming, which uses pesticides, additives, herbicides, synthetic fertilizers and mass-production techniques. All this is clearly affecting mankind’s health, and new diseases are spreading rapidly amongst humans and animals. The World Health Organization produces reports to show how the use of chemicals…
Cornsilk Tincture, a natural diuretic
When you buy corn, keep the silk and make these wonderful diuretic drops.
Tea Tree Oil – Herbal First Aid in a Bottle
Tea tree oil is steam distilled from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia. This indigenous tree is found only in tropical northeastern New South Wales Australia. The name tea tree was given by Captain Cook during his exploration of Australia during the 1700’s. After running out of tea on his voyage, he found a fragrant plant and brewed the leaves…
Keeping herbs simple – one herb at a time
A “simple” is one herb used at a time.
Herbal Tooth Powder
To stop the inflammation and gum separation use this natural remedy to kill some of these bacteria and strengthen your gums in your mouth by swishing and brushing with this Herbal Tooth Powder.
Using Water for Herbal Extracts
The most basic water herbal extract is tea! Also called Tisane, medicinal tea, herbal tea, herbal infusion
It’s easy to learn herbal remedies
The world of natural remedies is so very interesting once you get immersed in it.