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Making Medicinal Herbal Tea with our Medicinal Herbs

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 Our Herbs Can be consumed by either Infusion or Decoction method for our Medicinal Teas

Infusions

Infusions are made from the softer parts of plants, being that steeping them in hot water is enough to adequately penetrate the herb's cell walls. Infusions are medicinal herbs whose chemical properties have been removed by steeping the leaves, buds, flowers, berries, and some seeds of plants in boiling water. Infusing the softer parts of the plant allows the release of a good portion of the herbs components into the water. 

How to Infuse Herbs 

1. 1 Tablespoon of dried herbs

2. Boil 8oz of spring water in a tea pot or microwave and remove from fire

3. Add your herbs to the water, let it steep for 30 to 45 minutes. ( The longer you let your herbs steep the more chemical components will be extracted into the water while its hot. The darker or more pigmented the water becomes signifies maximum components have been extracted and the stronger the infusion will be for consumption )

4. Strain your herbs form your infusion, add agave honey if needing a sweeter; and drink!

*Mar Rose Raffine’s 8oz quarantines for our medicinal herbs is measured in tablespoon spoon quantities, as this is the amount that should be consumed for each dosage of medicinal herbs whether preparing a decoction or infusion for consumption. Our herbs have 16 servings per 8oz containers.
*Only one ( 1 ) tablespoon should be used of dried medicinal herbs per serving to 8oz of spring water ( preferred or any type of water will be suitable ) 

Decoctions

Decoctions while similar to infusions but where they differ, decoctions use the tougher parts of the plant like the roots, twigs, and bark. These parts of the plants are harder and tougher, pouring boiled water on top of them will only release minimal amounts of of the herbs components. Decoctions involve submerging your herbs into water that's boiling and simmering to release the herbs components into the water.  

How to Decoct Herbs

1. 1 Tablespoon of dried herbs

2. 8oz of spring water and herbs in a pot or saucepan

3. Bring water to a boil while keeping the top covered letting the steam further decoct the herbs components, once water is boiling reduce heat, and simmer on low for 30 minutes. The longer the water simmers the more of the herbs components will be extracted

4. Let decoction cool, strain herbs, and drink

*Mar Rose Raffine’s 8oz quarantines for our medicinal herbs is measured in tablespoon spoon quantities, as this is the amount that should be consumed for each dosage of medicinal herbs whether preparing a decoction or infusion for consumption. Our herbs have 16 servings per 8oz containers. 
*Only one ( 1 ) tablespoon should be used of dried medicinal herbs per serving to 8oz of spring water ( preferred or any type of water will be suitable )