Sea Moss Tea

 

Carrageenan is a food additive that you will find on many processed and shelf-stable foods. The debate is intense on whether we should be consuming carrageenan or not. The discussion comes from several angles, including that carrageenan is an extractive of sea moss. Sea moss has many...

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How to make Mushroom Tea

 

Before you start rolling your eyes and scrolling along because you think this post is about a psychedelic experience or magic mushroom tea, let me assure you that it is not. This shroom tea post is about some fabulous mushrooms with excellent health benefits without getting you high and...

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Best Tea for A Cold

 

As much we many of us would like to admit that the events of 2020 didn’t change our normal, something as simple as a cold and flu can have quite different effects on social relationships than it use to. A home remedy for the cold and flu are now even more important than they were...

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Calendula Officinalis & Calendula Tea Benefits

 

Hot summers bring bright yellows. While calendula Officinalis thrives throughout most of the year here in NW Oregon, they come to their full harvest in the fall. Also known as Pot Marigold, these calendula flowers have so many great uses, from externally on the skin to internally for the...

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How to Make Chai Tea Latte

 

Grabbing your favorite Chai tea latte at one of your favorite coffee shops is on the quintessential fall bucket list for sure. Am I right? But, the problem with that is that not only does the wallet not hold up to those coffee shop prices, but many coffee shops use chai concentrate to make...

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Does Chai Tea Have Caffeine?

 

 

A typical cup of traditional Indian chai lattes is different all over India as well as all over the United States. It’s similar to grandma’s potato salad, or stew, everyone has their way of making it a little bit different but every way is a yummy family tradition. ...

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Pine Needle Tea vs Foods with Vitamin C

 

Pine needle tea, many will say is packed with vitamin c and shikimic acid, a constituent used to make a well-known antiviral drug, Oseltamivir, or as you may know it Tamiflu. While the news might be trending with pine needle tea, my question is, is it really the best tea and/or food for...

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Rosehip Tea Benefits and Best Rosehip Tea

 

 

Did you know that rose hips, depending on the plant variety, have the highest concentration of vitamin c over any other fruit or vegetable? These studies show that not only is vitamin c one of the health benefits of rose hips but vitamin c is the powerhouse for all of your body's...

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10 Herbs to Grow for Tea

Planting an herbal tea garden is a fantastic way to add health and joy to your home. There are ten herbs that I recommend for any tea enthusiast, and the following herbs are easy to grow with countless uses and flavor combinations.

Don’t forget your herb harvesting tools! We have our top...

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How to Make An Irish Coffee with Chicory Root Tea

March isn't just a time for celebrating St. Patrick's Day with Irish Coffee, Stout Beer, Corned Beef, and Cabbage. It's also around the start of spring, which means it's time for plenty of chicory root coffee or in this case chicory root tea!

Not only does chicory grow in the spring but its roots...

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Best Herb for Skin Health & Natural Sunburn relief

Imagine your hiking in the mountains, through the trail, and all of a sudden, something grabs on to your leg and isn't about ready to let go.

Or maybe your children or grandchildren are walking through the pasture or field and come back to the house with something stuck to their leg.

This might...

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