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Mistletoe tea
Mistletoe tea is made from the dried leaves of the European genus, Viscum album. Mistletoe tea is used to treat the symptoms of high blood pressure, headaches, and is said to give relief from snoring. Mistletoe is not often used alone as a primary treatment, but is combined with other herbal nervines such as vervain and valerian. 654.0
Cautions: Use only the dried leaves, never the berries. Not for long term use, not for use in children. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (PDA) lists this plant as "unsafe," most likely because the berries are toxic. Still, caution should be used and those not familiar with the use of herbs should consult an herbal practitioner before use.
Ingredients:
Mistletoe *
Recipe Instructions: Herbal Tea : Use aprx. 1 teaspoon of dried leaf to 1 cup of hot water and let steep in a closed container until cool enough to drink. Drink up to 2 cups per day.

Tags and Uses for this Remedy

  • Anxiety :There are many herbal remedies that can support relaxation, ease anxiety, and help us regain balance.
  • Headache/Migraine :Headaches can be triggered by a variety of factors, such as muscle tension, fatigue and emotional upsets.
  • Hypertension :A holistic approach combining the use of carefully chosen herbal remedies, along with lifestyle changes can go a long way to improve the overall cardiovascular health and lower blood pressure.
  • Sleep/Insomnia :For light to moderate sleeping problems there are effective and safe herbal remedies.
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