Bee Balm/Wild Bergamot– Tea used for; colds, headaches, reduce low fevers, gas, bloating, nausea, menstrual pain, and insomnia. Topical; compress as antiseptic and antibacterial. A cooled tea is good used as a pet wash to relieve itchy skin.
Blackberry Leaves– as a tea for sore throat, mouth sores and diarrhea. Has an antioxidant that compares to Vitamin E, and other antioxidants that improve health
Catnip – natural herbal sedative has a natural antacid that helps with colic, diarrhea, cramps and gas. Hot Catnip tea helps bring down fevers, helps as a decongestant, as it loosens phlegm.
Chamomile– tea to calm an upset stomach or helps with sleep and restlessness. Used externally as toothache compress or skin soothing lotion. May interfere with blood thinners
Echinacea – can help ward off cold and reduce duration of the common cold. Not to be used with autoimmune diseases
Elderberry Blossom– tea with fresh or dried blossoms helps relax and calm, with a cooling effect to reduce fever. Flowers and berries help diminish mucous membrane swelling.
Elderberries-immune system booster because of antioxidants It’s also an inflammatory. Very good source of fiber, Vitamin A, beta carotene, Vitamin C, Iron, Potassium, and Vitamin B6.
Hibiscus– relief from high blood pressure and high cholesterol, as well as digestive, immune system, and inflammatory problems. It helps to reduce the risk of cancer. It can also speed up the metabolism and help in healthy, gradual weight loss.
Lemon Grass – this herb is a sedative, that has a relaxing effect on the brain, which helps relieve stress and improve sleep. Useful for stomach ache, high blood pressure, pain, vomiting, cough, achy joints (rheumatism), fever, common cold. External- used to kill germs and as a mild astringent.
Mullein – tea used for bronchial conditions, including bronchitis, asthma, dry coughs, congestion, whooping cough, tuberculosis, pneumonia, tonsillitis, colds and the flu. Topical use for burns, hemorrhoids, wounds, and inflammation.
Peppermint- tea is a way to boost your overall health to improve; digestion, reduce pain, eliminate inflammation, relax the body and mind, cure bad breath, aid in weight loss and boost the immune system.
Red Clover– tea helps reduce menopausal symptoms, lower risk of high blood pressure/cholesterol, immune boosting, bone strength, and a natural diuretic. In a skin salve helps treat psoriasis and eczema. Not recommended for pregnant women
Sassafras – Assists in inflammatory conditions like arthritis. It has been used as blood purifier, a mild stimulant known to improve general health and mood over time. Contrary to The tests done in the 1950s there is some evidence that Safrole may actually help to protect against cancer in humans since closely related compounds are known to do so.
Wild Rose– Rose flowers, contain a high concentration of vitamin C and antioxidants. Rose tea can help reduce menstrual pain, improves digestions, help calm the mind from stress and anxiety.
Yarrow- helpful in relieving fever and shortening duration of colds/flu and as an aid with relaxing during illness or cramps. Use poultice or a salve to help with hemorrhoids, rashes & broken skin.
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