Safflower, Elder flowers, Calendula, Rose petals, Blue cornflower, Turmeric, Dandelion, Peppercorn, Cinnamon, Nettles, Sage, Hyssop, Moringa.
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How to Brew:
Use 1 teaspoon per 8 ounces of water. Bring water to 180 degrees Fahrenheit and immediately pour over herbs. Allow to steep 7 minutes, remove herb. Enjoy hot, warm or cold.
For cold tea –
Method 1: Brew in half the water, then add ice.
Method 2: Brew full strength, then allow to cool to at least 100 degrees. Put in fridge overnight and enjoy the next day.
For hot tea –
Add herb to hot water. For a stronger tea, steep longer – be careful brewing longer, as some herbs will become bitter the longer they steep. It is suggested to cover all tea while brewing in order to save the volatile oils.
Additional Tip –
Most teas can be brewed a second time! They will not be as strong but will still be good. Brew about 30% longer the second time you brew your herb.
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