We use dried herbs to make our daily infusions. With long brewing times and a cup of dried herb in a quart jar of water, these strong, medicinal teas generally impart many more nutrients from the plants than making a simple herbal tea from a tea bag. Instructions on making an herbal infusion from dried herbs are included. The dried herbs are the only herbal products we offer that we do not process ourselves–we source them from other trusted organic growers and conscientious wildcrafters.
Infusion Herb Bundles
Try 4 herbal infusions with this Herbal Infusion Bundle
- 8 oz. Organically Grown Oatstraw
- 8 oz. Organically Grown Nettles
- 4 oz. Wildcrafted Linden Flower
- 1 oz. Organically Grown Red Clover Blossoms
Calendula, Organic North Carolina Grown
Red Clover Blossoms, Organic
More potent than the Red Clover Herb. See Susun Weed’s books for its use in women’s health.
Red Clover Herb, Organic
Red clover herb makes a wonderful sipping tea with a light, sweet flavor and an affinity for the skin, the blood, the lymphatic system, and hormonal health. Drink it with a little honey and milk for a treat, or make a strong infusion for a medicinal dose. It’s rich in protein, calcium, magnesium, vitamin C, potassium, and many more trace minerals and vitamins.
Tulsi/Holy Basil, North Carolina Grown