Elder is a relative new-comer in world folklore, holding her place most prominently in European...Read More
Author: Candace Hunter
An herbal infusion or herbal tea infusion is really just an herbal tea. By soaking dried herbs in hot water, you extract the herb’s properties, scent, flavor, and color into the water. Thus, the water is infused with the herb’s properties.Read More
An herbal tincture is an alcohol-based liquid into which the properties of one or more herbs have been infused. Tinctures (also called herbal extractions) are one of the most popular herbal preparations used by clinical herbalists in our modern culture. Tinctures can be taken on the tongue, just like a flower essence, or can be added to a cup of water or tea. I have made mouth tonics, which are a lot like a mouthwash, from mainly tinctures and I often use tinctures as part of my cough syrup formulas because of the preserving nature of the alcohol in the tinctures.Read More
An herbal vinegar is a vinegar that has been infused with one or more herbs. In my home, vinegars infused with berries, barks, and pretty much any other form of edible plants count as Herbal Vinegars.Read More
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