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DIY – How To Make Fresh Rosemary Tea

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Are you still using tea bags for your morning or afternoon tea?

That’s o.k., but make your tea from scratch and you will have a fresher and higher quality beverage.

Some people feel overwhelmed by the prospect of making tea using fresh or dried herbs and rely on the old habit of just throwing a tea bag into the hot water.

Check out my video below to see how EASY, and I mean EASY, it is to make your own teas.

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Rosemary tea is great for digestion, circulation and memory. This could just be the tea to help you through that afternoon slump.

 

Kami McBride

Kami McBride is the author of The Herbal Kitchen. For 25 years she has been teaching people to use herbs in their daily lives for health and wellness. Kami helps you to de-mystify the world of herbal medicine, and is fanatic about motivating people to use herbs in their gardening, cooking, skin care, stress reduction and caring for children’s home ailments. She lives with her husband and 9 year old son in northern California and loves helping people learn how to use herbs in the home setting.

Kami McBride

Kami McBride is the author of The Herbal Kitchen. For 25 years she has been teaching people to use herbs in their daily lives for health and wellness. Kami helps you to de-mystify the world of herbal medicine, and is fanatic about motivating people to use herbs in their gardening, cooking, skin care, stress reduction and caring for children’s home ailments. She lives with her husband and 9 year old son in northern California and loves helping people learn how to use herbs in the home setting.

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Mayra Black
Mayra Black 5pts

It said to steep a sprig for 5 minutes and up to 10 minutes (to get more beneficial oils) but it will be a bit more bitter.