Nettle – Nettle tea, made from dried nettle leaves, is perhaps best known for its high mineral content. The leaves are packed with more minerals, especially magnesium and calcium, than a number of other medicinal herbs
Raspberry Tea – Red raspberry leaves are rich in vitamins and minerals.
They provide B vitamins, vitamin C and a number of minerals, including potassium, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus and iron. However, their most notable contribution might be their antioxidant properties
Horsetail – Horsetail herbs have high silica content and silica is vigorously needed to protect the cells in the bones. The increase in silica production can increase bone density and reduce the risk of bone degeneration.
Oatstraw – A cup of oat straw tea (infusions) contains about 300 mg calcium. This condition is four times the recommended daily calcium intake for adult women. It is also rich in silica, iron, zinc, magnesium and vitamin B-12, which are important for strong hair, nails and bones. Together with the horsetail and the nettle, it plays a unique role in the healing and health of the bone structure. On the other hand, you can add one or two glasses of water to the bath water to soothing the worn and dry skin.
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Comfrey – “BoneKnit” – Bone Strength
Isn’t Comfrey Toxic or Poisonous When Eaten?
Some governments have banned the use of comfrey tablets and capsules for medicinal use, yet have no objection to comfrey being used as a food.
If you study the debate, you will learn that an adult human would need to eat over 19,000 comfrey leaves to ingest an amount of comfrey comparable to the quantity given to baby rats in an experiment that resulted in liver damage.
It saddens me when government authorities ignore hundreds of years of traditional healing and fail to adequately question “research” before deeming a natural remedy unsuitable for widespread use.
Because we are never likely to eat 19,000 comfrey leaves in our lifetimes, let alone in a short period of time, we happily eat comfrey as a food. It is one of the main foods we use for strengthening broken bones.
Rosemary – Memory +More https://www.organicfacts.net/rosemary-tea.html
Certain antioxidant compounds found in rosemary, namely carnosic acid, have been proven to stimulate memory and protect neural pathways from being filled with beta-amyloid plaque. This is a very good news for people who want to stay sharp as they get older and prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Combined from well sourced organic bulk loose leaf tea. Fresh is best
GoldenRod – Kidney Supporter
Ashwaganda – Stress & Brain Function, Testosterone + Muscle + Strength
Chanca Piedra – Kidney & Liver Supporter, Useful vs Gall/Bladder Stones
This is, a super tea blend of my own design for war on healing my teeth enamel. No claims made, not medical advice. Recipe was requested.