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Re: white tiger i was wondering


Since you are drinking it already - I found this reference for you.

However, whitetiger may have differnet advise, and I would definitely go with her advice on anything relating to herbs, infusions, teas etc. since she has such extensive knowledge.


For the time being, here is a snippet and the link to the site:

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Making herbal tea

The standard way to make an infusion, unless otherwise specified, is to pour a cup of boiling water over the material to be infused, let it stand for 5 minutes, strain it, and drink it.

Fresh plant material

When the recipe refers to fresh plant material to be used, a 1/4 cup fresh material is used, following the method above.

Dried material

When the recipe refers to using dried material, use 2 teaspoons of material when making it.

Bark or seeds

Should the recipe call for bark or seeds to be used, use 2 teaspoons of seeds or 1 tablespoon of bark.

Sweetening your infusion

You could sweeten your health drink with honey, should you so require, and a dash of fresh lemon juice may also enhance the taste."

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Do not continuously drink the same infusion. At maximum use for 10 days and then skip 5 days.

Only have one cup of herbal infusion per day, except during acute periods - such as when you have a cold or flu, you can then have it three times a day, but for a maximum of 4 days. "


http://www.ageless.co.za/stinging_nettle.htm#how%20to%20make%20an%20herbal%20tea


Hope it helps you...

MadArt (ist)

Here's another excerpt & site with info:

"Strongly brewed nettle tea and powdered plant are noted for having power to stop hemorrhaging, internal bleeding and excessive flow from wounds and cuts. When I was a kid I was prone to nosebleed and grandma always had a bottle of nettle juice handy for when I was struck. A ball of cloth dabbed in juice then inserted in nose stopped the flow promptly. The potion was also applied to cuts, scratches and bug bites as disinfectant and healer."


http://www.vitalitymagazine.com/node/216



 

 
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