It's fun and easy to make your own herbal mixtures. Many of the ingredients can be found in the kitchen, and essential oils are often found at your local natural food or supply store. If you can't find the ingredients locally there are numerous Internet stores that supply herbal oils and loose herbs.
How to make tea
Using loose herbs to make tea is easier than it sounds. You usually use about 1 to 2 teaspoons of herbs per cup of water. Take the loose herbs and add them to a cup of hot water. Let steep for 10 minutes, and then remove the herbs. There are also special tea balls that can be used. Just put the herbs into the tea ball and immerse in hot water.
- Skin Toner
Grapefruit seed extract
Witch Hazel and
Apple cider vinegar
A wonderful skin toner can be made from Grapefruit seed extract. Mix 5 drops of grapefruit seed extract with ¼ Cup witch hazel and ½ cup apple cider vinegar together in a container. Use as a toner after you wash your face. The toner helps keep your skin tight and helps close the pores after washing.
- Canker Sore Swab
2 teaspoons of Echinacea tincture
2 teaspoons of Goldenseal tincture
1 teaspoon of Calendula tincture
1 teaspoon of Grapefruit Seed extract, and
1 Tablespoon of Aloe Vera Gel
Mix all ingredients together in a small jar, and seal tightly with a lid. To use, place a small amount on the end of a cotton swab and hold in the mouth against the sore. Hold for 5 minutes, and repeat as needed.
- Cold and Flu Tea
- Clean Scalp Hair Rinse
- Swimmer's Drops
- Eyestrain Teabags
- Homemade Cough Syrup
- Toothache Compound
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