This Heather Flower Tea is a hot, strong herbal drink that helps soothes a cough, cold, congestion among other health issues. Here is a tutorial on How to Make Heather Tea to help get you through Wintertime or any time you are in need of restoration.
Hi Everyone, how's everyone's January going? For me, it's been a "recovery month" after December.
January is a time to seek restoration, one might be nursing a cough and/or cold or general fatigue from last month's holidays. This Heather Flower Tea is the perfect, herbal, hot tea drink for Winter time or any time of the year when you find yourself in need of restoration.
A few weeks ago, a sinus cold swept through our house and this Heather Flower Tea was just what was needed to make us feel better.
The tea that dried heather flowers makes is strong and very "herbal" and this is what makes it so good when one is in need of strong cup of tea. My personal anecdotal experience is that is kicked my lingering cough (I had had for weeks) right to the curb.
Heather flowers are very fragrant. They have a pretty, floral scent but they also remind me of the scent of the forest, a clean, beautiful forest. They are pink and the mix that bMAKER has includes the twiggy little branches too, so the mix have brown and green tones too - all beautiful, natural colors.
As quoted from the Heather Flower bMAKER package:
Heather Flowers are a traditional remedy in herbal medicine and a traditional beer making ingredient in Europe.
Among Heather Flower Tea's health benefits are:
Several years ago, my husband Eric had kidney stones, to the point that he had to have surgery to remove them, if I had known about the health benefits of Heather Flower tea back then, I would have definitely made some for him.
When taking heather flower tea, please keep in mind there are potential side effects associated with this tea and you should not have more than 1-2 cups of tea at a time:
If you try this Heather Flower Tea recipe, please let me know in the comments below!
How to Make Heather Flower Tea
1. Fill a t-sac or fine mesh tea diffuser with 2 tablespoons dried, food grade heather flowers.