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Eye Tea
Bilberry tea would be a joy to drink, even without the healthy benefits, but in this case taking your medicine is a pleasure. The dried berries provide a good winter source of anthocyanosides and antioxidants that are often missing in our diets when access to fresh fruits like blueberries and strawberries is limited. Bilberry tastes like a really smooth and mellow grape juice, if you could taste the color purple it would taste like bilberry. Add ginger and butchers broom for an even more potent "eye tea". 82.0
Ingredients:
  • 1 tablespoon each:
  • Dried bilberries
  • Buchers broom root
  • Fresh grated ginger root
Bilberry * Broom * Ginger * Gotu Kola *
Additions: Lemon, stevia
Variations:Cinnamon, Gotu kola, Lemon
Recipe Instructions: Herbal Tea :Add to 3 cups cold water and bring to a boil, simmer for 20 minutes. Drink hot or cold

Tags and Uses for this Remedy

  • Circulation :Poor circulation makes itself felt in many ways including fatigue, poor concentration and swelling in legs and feet.
  • Eyes/Vision : Eyestrain doesn't permanently damage our vision, but it does cause headaches, blurry vision, and loss of mental focus. Herbal remedies to improve vision include herbs that strengthen the small capillaries around the eyes and increase circulation.
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