Birch, dandelion and ginger
Birch bark or leaf teas aid in the relief of morning stiffness and puffiness due to water retention. Use birch alone or tea blends combined with dandelion to put the go back in your morning.
Birch contains salicylate, do not use if you are sensitive to aspirin|
- 1 teaspoon Birch bark, or 2 teaspoons birch leaf
- 1-2 small to medium grated slices of fresh ginger root
- 1 teaspoon Dandelion root
- 1 teaspoon crushed juniper berry (optional)
Dandelion * Ginger * Birch *
|Additions: Stevia or Honey|
:When making an infusion of birch, remember that the plant's volatile oil will quickly boil off if you apply too much heat. Heat the bark, or leaves gently in a covered pot and turn off heat as it comes to a boil and steep with the lid on until the mixture cools.
Tags and Uses for this Remedy
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