Rosehip tea is a nutritious and tasty way to get your Vitamin C. The best part is, you can grow the rose hips yourself. Use raw honey to sweeten and this is an all-around great boost for you immune system.
I’ve been determined to do more foraging this year. Believe it or not, Alaska wilderness has a lot of food to offer, not just ice cubes and snow cones. One of those treats is spruce tips. There’s a fairly short window for foraging spruce tips. I managed to pick a few right at the end […]
A tasty trio of herbs that may relieve congestion, reduce coughing, also can help with sinus pressure, sinus headache and fever. It’s called “Cold Care” tea, but I’ve had success with it for allergies, sinusitis, basically any kind of head congestion. Tired of the over-the-counter allergy/cold pill that fogs your brain up while it dries […]
Make this honey, lemon, ginger tea base now to ward off and treat colds and flus this winter. Delicious, easy to make and keeps forever.
Shiso (aka Perilla, or Japanese Basil) is considered a weed in North America. In Asia, however, it’s eaten in salads and added to soups and sushi. Dried, it can be used as an excellent tea for breaking up chest congestion and treating colds.
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