Planning Your Herbal Tea Garden for Increased Potency and Better Flavor Even if You Live in Zone 3 Print
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Herbal bath tea soothes and cools summer skin rashes, bites, and minor sun burns, while it calms and relaxes. You can make it in minutes from the herbs in your garden. This DIY herbal bath tea project makes a lovely and unique gift for those who could use a little spa time in their hectic schedule. Bring the healing power of herbs to your bathing rituals.

2 Homemade Herbal Tea Blends

  • Author: Joybilee Farm
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Category: Herbs

Description

Morning Tea – stimulating and digestive herbs to start the day
Relaxing Tea to calm the nerves and unwind


Ingredients

Scale

Morning Tea – stimulating and digestive herbs to start the day

  • 25g dried peppermint leaves
  • 50g dried hibiscus flowers
  • 50g dried strawberry leaves
  • 50g dried raspberry leaves
  • 25g dried calendula petals
  • 25g dried chamomile flowers
  • 25g dried cornflower or bachelor button petals

Relaxing Tea – to calm the nerves and unwind

  • 50g dried lemon balm leaves
  • 50g dried chamomile flowers
  • 50g dried linden leaves

Instructions

For both tea blends: Mix and store the herbs in a dark jar or dark cupboard away from heat.

To use: Place 1 to 2 teaspoons in a French press. Add one cup of boiling water and steep for 5 to 10 minutes.


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