Herbal Remedies for Beginners
New to making herbal remedies? Here we have herbal recipes, tips, and tricks for beginning herbalists.
Herbal Cold Remedies: Elderberry Syrup — Elderberry syrup is one of the most popular herbal cold remedies. Elder has been used for centuries and is one of the most well-documented herbal cold remedies. It’s also great for lots of other stuff, but we’ll keep it simple for now...
Flower Tinctures for Immune Support — Flowers are not typical when we think of immune support, but there are some with powerful medicine to help the immune system. Some can be used as a healthy and tasty means of supporting the immune system through everyday eating. Other preparations such as tinctures can be used with more intention to give a boost to the immune system when traveling, working in a school, or to fight off illness.🌼
Floral Beverages for Immune Support — It's always sweet and uplifting to work with flower medicine. Their healing magic is evident in the way they lighten our energy just by looking at them. Flowers are not typical when we think of immune support, but there are some with powerful medicine to help the immune system.🌼
An After Meal Digestive Treat: A Fennel and Candied Ginger Recipe — Fennel and ginger are some of our favorite herbs that help promote digestion. Not only can these herbs help lessen common digestive complaints such as bloating or gas, they can be enjoyed regularly at meals to promote strong digestion and prevent these problems from happening.
Make Your Own Whole Food Vitamin C Pills with Herbs — People commonly use Vitamin C as a supplement to support immune system health. However, while supplementation is sometimes necessary, it’s almost always better to get our nutrients from whole food sources. This recipe is about making your own whole food Vitamin C Pills from herbs. These little pills are not only high in Vitamin C but also high in a plethora of important antioxidants and nutrients that work in synergy with the vitamin C.
How to Strain Tinctures: 2 Easy Ways — So you’ve made an herbal tincture, or extract. Your flowers, leaves, roots, or other herbs have been macerating in a jar for several weeks, infusing the alcohol with their medicine. Now it’s time to strain those botanicals so you can start using your herbal remedy. What’s the best method? We have two simple ways to show you how to strain tinctures...
If you saw a list of all the ways herbalists use turmeric to help improve people’s health, it would be so extensive you might think it unbelievable. How can one herb do so much? It may be due to turmeric’s incredible ability to modulate inflammation. Here's how to get the most benefits from this powerful anti-inflammatory herb...