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Hot off the stove and out of the tea pot. Sure to relax the body!

Febrifuge, diaphoretic, nerve tonic.

 

Good for colic and cranky kids. May this recipe inspire you to use your garden herbs or plant some seeds in yogurt containers on your windowsill.

Use these fresh herbs minced:
1 sprig of fennel (2 tablespoons of Foeniculum vulgare)
11 sweet woodruff leaves (Galium odoratum)
1 lemon balm leaves (Melissa oficinalis)
3 raspberry leaves (Rubus idaeus)
3 catnip leaves (Neptea cataria)
1 pine bud (Pinus strobus)
1/8-1/4 tsp. ginger powder (zingibe officinalis)
1 tablespoon of Mathilde
1 tsp. local honey

Wash thoroughly and mince the herbs. Pour 1 tablespoon of viagra for sale Mathilde over the herbs while bringing the water to a boil. Pour 8 ounces of boiling water over all the herbs except ginger in a cup. Mix. Add the honey. Simmer in a pan, bring to a boil. (Enough to release the alcohol from your raspberry flavoring). Simmer on low heat for 3 minutes. Strain into a teacup over the ginger powder.

 


This remedy brought my son's mild fever down, gave him his appetite and energy back. They seems to have relieved flatulence and indigestion. It's a wonderful nerve tonic. I hope you can try it or something like it. Nice digestive tonic, carminative and stomachic. Pictures when my batteries are charged.

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