Shaker Medicinal Herbs Video

Patti Moreno the Garden Girl's Shaker Medicinal Herb video, where she makes tea with herbs like Hyssop and Bee Balm. If you have questions check out www.gardengirltv.com/messageboard and please Rate, comment and share my videos Distributed by Tub...
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Medicinal herbs have been used for centuries to relieve a variety of different elements, and I am here by my shaker medicinal herb raise bed. It’s growing beautifully and it’s time to start harvesting. Starting of at my hiss of blue here, which is known to relieve chest congestion, coughs and also sooths the sore throat. What I am going to do is I am going to harvest some of the fresh herbs here and I am going to fill this teapot about three quarters of the way with the fresh herbs. Another shaker herb that has great medicinal property is feverfew. Feverfew is known to prevent migraine headaches. What you need to do is you need to use it overtime. Drink it on a daily basis, and it’s going to prevent those nasty out breaks of migraine headaches. Bee balm is known to cure nausea or digestive issues, so if you have a tummy ache, definitely make some bee balm lemon tea. Now it’s time to make the medicinal tea’s. I’ve got some boiling hot distilled water. I going to take this cup and I am going to start of by pouring the hot water into my herb pot right here. I am going to pour some into my feverfew and finally my bee balm lemon. I am going to let this seep for ten minutes and I am going to pour the tea. Medicinal tea’s can be bitter, so I am adding a teaspoon of raw honey. I am going to start with the hiss of blue. It’s really good. Pour the feverfew in here right now. This definitely has a stronger flavor, it has slight oregano after taste, and last but not the least the bee balm lemon, pretty good. We’ve made three different types of medicinal teas, but I want you to make sure that you check with your doctor first before you start using any of these herbal remedies, especially if you are taking medication. You want to make sure that the teas are not going to negatively interact with any medication that you are taking. I am Patti Moreno the garden girl, thanks for watching.

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