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Homemade Healing Tea // The Dabblist

I enjoy making my own teas.

You can make your own too – with raw ingredients. Simply steep chopped ingredients in hot water and enjoy.

The ingredients are important – tea can help heal. For instance, at the beginning of spring when everything is beginning to bloom, I treat my allergies by steeping fresh nettle into tea. For a winter cold, I showed you my honey, ginger, lemon concoction.

I thought it might be useful to share some common household ingredients that you can use to combat what ails you:

Ginger – Powerful stuff! Anti-viral, great for pain relief, colds, fever.

Garlic – Anti-fingal, anti-bacterial, super immune boosting. Better to have raw.

Sage – Anti-septic, anti-bacterial. Great for digestion and menstrual cramps.

Cinnamon – Anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-viral, great for nausea.

Clove – Fights infection.

Lemon – Vitamin C, an amazing ingredient. Squeeze into tea right before drinking.

Rosemary – Very stimulating, anti-bacterial, anti-parasitic.

Turmeric – Anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, purifies blood, loweres blood sugar levels.

Homemade Healing Tea // The Dabblist

 

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  1. Gina @ So Lets Hang Out says:

    So yummy! I will take one of each.

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