Why Drink Nourishing Long Herbal Infusions?

Why Drink Nourishing Long Herbal Infusions?

Using Herbs
During the winter, people ask me what they can do to make up for the generous consumption of sweets, beer and other comfort foods and drinks that people use to keep up their spirits in the dark of the year. Though you cannot make up for the impact of these foods on your metabolism, you can drink nourishing long herbal infusions to help replace the nutrients lost, reduce cravings for less healthy beverages and foods, and help heal all kinds of health issues all the year round. Nourishing long herbal infusions provide large quantities of calcium and other minerals, vitamins, essential fatty acids and proteins in their most natural form – see nutrition averages below. They also contain anti-cancer phytochemicals and antioxidants, as well as unique combinations of specific nutrients…
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5 Reasons to Use Herbs Everyday

5 Reasons to Use Herbs Everyday

Using Herbs
Build Your Immune System. A healthy immune system goes a long ways toward keeping your body healthy. Herbal remedies help create and sustain a healthy immune system which helps your body fight off many common infections like the common cold, as well as cancer and other degenerative diseases. Some common herbs that help you build a stronger immune system are: * astragalus * ligustrum * reishi * nettle herb. Increased Energy. Unfortunately, today, we are bombarded with products and advertisers that lead us to believe that caffeine is what we all need to have more energy. But the fact of the matter is caffeine, in large amounts, consumed on a regular basis, does the exact opposite. It actually drains our natural energies, quickly, leaving us feeling poorly even disrupting our…
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Garlic Scape Soup

Garlic Scape Soup

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Ingredients List: 10 garlic scapes. 5 cups of beef broth 1 cup of dry sherry ¼ cup of olive oil French bread, sliced and toasted Grated Parmesan cheese Salt and pepper Instructions Sauté the garlic in the olive oil until it turns golden. Heat the beef broth with sherry. When the broth reaches the boiling point, add garlic and the olive oil. Season with salt and pepper to taste; then simmer for about 30 minutes. Strain out the garlic and reheat. Sprinkle toasted French bread slices generously with Parmesan cheese, then place them in a 425°F (220°C) oven for about 3-4 minutes. Put the hot toast in the bottom of soup dishes; then pour the soup over top.
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