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Nourishing Herbal Infusions

Anyone who knows me knows that I am always talking about herbal infusions. Most people know about herbal teas-small amounts of herbs are steeped for a few minutes, adding honey or sugar, and drinking hot as a delicious relaxing beverage.

Herbal infusions go a step further. And infusion is a large amount of plant material (typically one ounce to a quart of water) allowed to steep for several hours, up to over night. It is then sipped on throughout the day. The longer the herbs are steeped, the more vitamins, minerals, and other beneficial properties are released.

We are now selling herbal infusion starter kits. Each kid comes with 1 ounce each of nettles, oat straw, red clover, comfrey leaf, and mullein. Also included is a one quart wide mouthed canning jar. Click here to go to the shop and check it out!

Also, Susun Weed has gifted us with a FREE online course on herbal infusions. Anyone who is wanting to learn more about WHY and to go more in depth about infusions should definitely take advantage of this generous offer! Nourishing Herbal Infusions Online Course

2 thoughts on “Nourishing Herbal Infusions

  1. Thanks for sharing.

    I’m trying to find out more about the health benefits of various teas and herbal infusions.

    I checked your links but the information is mostly about how to make the infusions. Is there a good source of information on health benefits you could recommend?

    1. Keiran,

      Yes! If you click on the link to the free e-course I mentioned above, Susun Weed you will learn all about the hows and whys of herbal infusions. Here is a summary of lessons:
      Summary of Lessons:

      Lesson 1: Understand the difference between teas and infusions and why infusions are superior in their medicinal qualities. Step by step instructions on how to make nourishing herbal infusions and medicinal value of nourishing herbs.

      Lesson 2: Learn about various life-style choices that you can easily incorporate into your routine to increase your overall health and vitality.

      Lesson 3: Build a cooperative relationship with the plants you use. Study the difference between nourishing, tonifying, sedating/stimulating and toxic herbs.

      Lesson 4: Enjoy health and longevity with wise nutritional choices and regular use of nourishing herbal infusions and vinegars.

      – See more at: http://www.herbalmedicinehealing.com/store/item_view.php?id=1000456#sthash.nGy4LJnr.dpuf

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