Rimedi Naturali con le erbe medicinali

Anti dandruff hair lotion with rosemary

Here is a recipe for a natural and easy lotion against dandruff.

Soak a handful of rosemary in half a litre of brandy in a glass hermetic pot for 15 days.
After draining it, pour the liquid into a dark and hermetic bottle.
This lotion rubbed on the scalp helps fighting dandruff.

Yarrow used as natural antidepressant

Yarrow or achillea is a very common plant with small white flowers.
It has tonic and exciting properties and is a remedy against depression and dyspepsia.

Make an infusion with 20 g (0.70 oz) of flowers and leaves in 1 l of water. Drink it during the day in small cups. Add some sugar.

Fortifying baths and digestive action of rosemary

In ancient times, rosemary was used for several purposes: first to weave wreaths together with myrtle and bay, then as main ingredient for perfumery and finally for therapeutic uses too.

Fortifying baths are a good and effective remedy against tiredness and fatigue: boil 10 rosemary branches in 2 l of water. Add it to bath water.

On the contrary, for an antidepressant and digestive action, infuse one tsp of rosemary flowers in 1 l of boiled but not boiling hot water and let it stand for half an hour.
Drink a cup every 2-3 hours.
As for digestive action, you can also prepare a normal tea.

You can grow rosemary in the garden or in a pot: it grows better close to the wall in a sunny place, exposed to the sun. It’s sowed between April and May, but you can find it throughout the year.

Red face because of cold: how to decongest your skin

Your face is rough and red because of freezing cold wind?
Prepare a lavender infusion with two pinches of dried flowers in a cup of boiling hot water. Soak two compresses when the infusion is still warm and use to decongest the skin.
Dry your face padding it softly and apply a strong soothing cream with a delicate massage.

Treating high and low blood pressure with garlic

The most widely known property of garlic is lowering blood pressure and in this post we have already spoken about it.
It must be considered that garlic is good for regulating blood pressure in general and it is absolutely not contraindicated for people suffering from low blood pressure. Not at all.
Thus it is recommended in every case, and certainly for those who suffer from sudden blood pressure changes.
It’s precious both as pharmaceutical extract and as natural element.

Remedy for pimples with sage

A topic remedy to get rid of pimples from your skin:
Fill half a glass pot with methylated spirit and sage leaves. Let it stand until the liquid does not get a greenish colour. Drain and then use to pad hot spots.

Onion to heal the cough: another recipe

We have already spoken different times about onion and its properties and, since it’s very effective, we add this recipe to the list. It’s helpful against cough, bronchitis and is soothing for the catarrh: slice the onion and let it wither on the fire, covering the slices with water. Eat them adding some honey. For cough treatment, you can follow the same procedure by replacing water with milk.
Contrary to what one may think, this potion has a pretty good taste!

Or just the juice:

Onion juice against the cough: it's very useful the juice that you can have from a big onion: cut it very slightly, put it in a glass jar with a tea spoon of sugar and leave there for 12 hours.
You can drink the juice 3-4 times a day.

Face cleansing with honeysuckle

The perfumed honeysuckle is astringent for oily skin.
Then prepare an infusion putting a handful of flowers and one of leaves in a pot with 1 l of boiling hot water. Let it cool and pour the liquid in a bottle.
Use this liquid after face cleansing as tonic lotion, passing a soaked cotton ball on your skin: it has astringent and antiseptic properties. Make your natural cosmetic, it’s personal and cheap!

The typical cooked apple

Apples are nutritious, tonic and digestive.
The drink produced from apples is very good too (apple cider or wine) and it’s particularly widespread in places where it’s impossible to grow the vine.
Cooked apple is very easy to digest and thus suitable for convalescents; apples cooked in wine with sugar are tonic too.
Apples which have been cooked in water with honey are laxative and useful for people suffering from constipation and hemorrhoids. They are helpful also against acid stomach and for urinary ways disorders, against obesity and gout (hyperuricemia).
We know about 2000 varieties of apples and, among them, the quince apple has astringent properties (in case of dysentery).
Tricks: once peeled, never wash the apple or let it in the water. Cut it in big pieces when necessary.
If you prefer cooked apples, then baked apples are the best. They are cooked with dry heat.


Blonde hair with chamomile, to keep your natural colour

This is an advice for women (but also for men) who are already blonde and want to highlight it or prevent hair darkening, especially in winter.
It’s the most widely known natural system (be careful about chemical lotions which often contain bleaching substances producing an unnatural colour and often damaging the hair), that is chamomile:
you only have to prepare an infusion of chamomile flowers, let it cool and use regularly on your hair after the shampoo.
If you use it in summer and expose your hair to the sun, you will have beautiful natural gold highlights.
For example you may spray the infusion on your hair while you are tanning on the beach.

Parsley is a digestive ingredient for your dishes and much more

Parsley greatly helps digestion, fighting stomach pain, bowel pain and flatulence thanks to apiol essential oil, which is very active.
It’s a precious ingredient to season food. A diet rich in parsley helps liver blockage and in some cases helps regulating menstrual flow.
Parsley leaves juice gives relief to bees, wasps and insect stings in general.

Mint is another effective digestive herb. If added to dishes, it makes digestion easier.
Kummel and fennel as well are very effective against vomiting and hiccup.

Practical recipes
Decoction for bellyache and liver blockage: prepare a decoction boiling 30 g (1.05 oz) of parsley roots in half a litre of water. It’s helpful to fight dropsy and liver blockage, to improve blood circulation and to calm lower abdomen pain.

Poultice for skin ecchymosis and sores: use crashed and ground leaves to make a poultice to apply to sores and bruises.

Seeds infusion for flatulence and acid stomach: a touch of seeds in a cup of boiling hot water. Drain and sweeten after 20 minutes. Drink in case of dyspepsia, stomachache and flatulence.

Two red fruits to treat anaemia, gout and arthritis

Strawberries, although they are very tasty, are not very nourishing: 100 g (3.52 oz) have only 40 calories. Thus they are suitable for low-calorie and slimming diets.
Since they are high in salicylic acid and quinine content, they are considered effective remedies in case of gout, arthritis and hypururicemia (especially if dressed with lemon juice instead of wine).
Strawberries have a high Vitamin C, calcium and iron content and are recommended in the diet of people affected by anaemia and lymphatic diseases. Only allergic people and those who are subject to annoying hives will have to avoid them.
Cherries, on the contrary, are one of the most nourishing fruits because they are high in sugar and vitamins content, and are highly digestible.
Cherries too have anti hyperuricemic, anti rheumatic, anti gout and anti-anaemic properties because they are high in mineral salts content: iron, copper, iodine and manganese. People having difficulty in digesting cherries can solve by cooking them.

Gums and mouth inflammations treatment with mallow

We may write a book about the numerous virtues of mallow.
Here we deal with its use as a remedy to treat mouth, throat, gums and tongue inflammations.
Prepare an infusion with 3 parts of mallow in 1 l of boiling hot water. Infuse it and use to have mouthwash for mouth, gums and tongue or to have a gargle for sore throat.

Sage is another very helpful herb to soothe any swelling, even those caused by gums abscess.
Just prepare a sage decoction boiling it for some minutes.

Hedges help the liver

Box, a plant generally used for ornamental purposes like hedges, is thought to have specific antirheumatic, antigout and decongestant properties. It’s used to eliminate uric acids, to help digestion, but mainly to clear the liver from bile blockage.
For this purpose, prepare a decoction with the cortex or the well-known box wine.

How To treat acne and pimples with violets infusion

Here is a very effective infusion against acne and for skin care in general. It’s a recipe which was very dear to our grandmothers when there were not modern cosmetic products.

Take 5 g (0.17 oz) of dried tricoloured violets and pour them into a glass of boiling hot water.
Let stand for one hour then drain. The infusion must be drunk every morning on an empty stomach. Remember it’s better to prepare infusions every time so that they do not lose their properties.

Greasy skin and hair: clay shampoo

The use of clay in cosmetics has a thousand years old tradition.
Ancient Egyptians used it; then, throughout centuries, it became a recurring ingredient in beauty care. Later on it was put apart by the development of super-advertised and modern chemical products, and started to be considered “old hat”.
Thanks to its therapeutic virtues, clay has made a comeback with the rediscovery of natural products. Actually it’s recommended by beauticians for the care of seborrhoeic skin and greasy hair.
In particular, it’s used for hair care, like in the case of eastern and African women, who used clay (rassoul or ghassu) as a shampoo.
If you have greasy hair, try to use clay instead of shampoo:

Mix 2 spoons of clay powder in 4 spoons of tepid water till obtaining a liquid compound to rub on your hair with tepid water. Massage your hair and let it act for 20 minutes. Then rinse with tepid water.

Pulmonary emphysema: treating it with this tea

To soothe the disorders caused by pulmonary emphysema, prepare this tea:

Chop and accurately mix these herbs: 5 g (0.17 oz) of eucalyptus leaves, 10 g (0.35 oz) of basil, 5 g (0.17 oz) of aromatic quill, 20 g (0.70 oz) of sage, 10 g (0.35 oz) of marshmallow root.
Put these herbs in a pot with 30 g (1.05 oz) of cold water and boil for 5 minutes.
Drink it hot and sweeten with honey, arbutus honey if possible, at any moment but after meals.
In a few days you will feel relieved.

Treating colitis with achillea infusion

To treat colitis:

Pour a coffee spoon of achillea millefolium (yarrow) and one of agrimony in 150 ml of boiling hot water. Let infuse for 7-8 minutes then pour.
Drink it hot in the morning on an empty stomach and in the night before sleeping.
Follow this treatment confidently for several weeks. You will see the results and your disorders will reduce.
Remember to drink this infusion every day without missing one. Herbs need to be used consistently if you want them to be effective.

Wounds and burns treatment with lavender

Lavender is not only a plant with a pleasant “clean” smell whose dried bunches were used by our grandmothers to put in the laundry. Lavender, many varieties of which are present in Italy, has a lot of healing properties too.
It has antiseptic, cicatrizing and even diuretic properties, but mainly it has a considerable action on the nervous system.
In 1890, some studies already showed how lavender extract could have both narcotic and tonic effect. Both actions depend only on the dosage: 1 ml of oil on an empty stomach has narcotic and analgesic effects while 2-3 drops are toning.
Since lavender grows in Mediterranean region on rocky soil, if you want to grow lavender on the terrace or in the garden, put it in the sun, in a chalky soil which is not too fertile.
Flowers are generally gathered between June and July: let flowers dry in the shadow in a well-ventilated place.

Antiseptic and diuretic infusion: a small handful of flowers in 1 l of boiling hot water. Drink 3-4 cups per day.

Compresses for wounds and burns: prepare a decoction by boiling a handful of lavender in 1 l of water for 10 minutes. Make compresses to heal burns and wounds.

Inhalation: under a cloth, breathe the fumes of an infusion made with a handful of lavender flowers in 1 l of water.

Rose honey for children’s gums

Honey together with roses has always been used as an effective remedy for children’s gums irritations, especially when first teeth appear.
Put 15 g (0.52 oz) of red or pale rose petals in a pot and pour 1/2 l of boiling hot water on them. Let it stand for 24 hours.
Drain it using a cloth and squeezing the petals. Add 200 g (7.05 oz) of acacia honey and mix.
Put on a moderate fire and continue mixing. Let water evaporate till it becomes thick. Put in a pot when it’s still hot and let it cool before closing.

Mallow is a potent anti-inflammatory herb

Mallow seems to be born to heal and “soothe” all inflammatory diseases.
It’s a plant you easily find in the garden, in the meadow or under the hedges.
In the past it was of high repute for its virtues.
Orazio and Cicerone were great mallow consumers and Carlo Magno wanted it to be grown in all imperial gardens.
At that time, it was used to heal headache, kidney disorders, urinary blockage, haemorrhages and poisoning.
Today we know it especially for its soothing functions. Actually it can heal irritated and traumatized tissues. You can use mallow to make infusions, decoctions, baths, lotions, compresses, enemas and poultice. You can drink it or use it externally as necessary.
You can use leaves, which are round and soft, flowers (lilac and violet) and roots.
You can gather it between June and August and let it dry in the shadow.
Herbalists have dried mallow.
Few people know it can be used in cooking. Actually, boiled mallow is a very good side dish with meat (it looks like spinach), and you can prepare very good and nourishing soups.

Anti-inflammatory decoction: boil a big handful of flowers, one of leaves and one of crushed roots in 1 l of water for about 15 minutes. Drink 3 or 4 cups per day to soothe digestive system inflammations that is duodenitis, colitis ecc.
The same decoction can be used as enema.
It’s excellent for gargles against pharyngitis.
It’s helpful also against burns. For example, put two pinches of flowers and leaves in a cup of water. Then use cotton balls to put it warm on your face. It can have a softening and soothing effect, useful to decongest the skin irritated by sun rays.
It’s helpful also for insect stings, hives, acne and skin rashes in general.
Make compresses on your eyes against conjunctivitis.

Infusion against bronchitis and cold: three parts of mallow leaves and roots in boiling hot water to infuse for 10 minutes.
Drink 3-4 cups per day to treat cold, cough and bronchitis.
Dried and powdered mallow root is a helpful toothpaste and a good mouth disinfectant.

Hawthorn for cardiopaths

Hawthorn is not difficult to find in the country or not too far from the city, where it forms sharp hedges. You can always find it at the herbalist’s. White flowers, like a bunch of small roses, grow and are gathered in spring. Red berries are gathered in autumn. The bark has a healing function too.
Flowers, fruits and bark are dried in the shadow and then used in treatments against insomnia, arteriosclerosis, nervous spasms, angina and obesity.
Hawthorn is a sedative par excellence; it’s prescribed to people suffering from restless sleep or heart diseases: it obviously acts on the heart in a much slower way than a traditional drug but, since it needs a longer treatment, it has more lasting effects.
It’s not toxic.
In the Middle Ages it was considered a remedy for urinary stones.

Infusion preparation: 2-3 pinches of flowers in a cup of boiling hot water. Cover and let it stand for 10 minutes. It’s excellent against spasms and circulatory disorders.

Decoction preparation: 2-3 parts of dried fruits boiled in 1 l of water for half an hour. It’s an effective treatment against diarrhoea.
Or prepare a decoction of ground bark, boiled in 1 litre of water for half an hour. Drink it against fever. To fight fever you can also use hawthorn decoction to have hand and foot baths.

To cure rheumatism with laurel oil

Put 20 g (0.70 oz) of slightly ground bay berries (they must be ripe) in 10 cl of olive oil.
Let them soak for 5 days in a closed glass pot.
After draining it, keep it in a closed little bottle of dark glass and stick a label on it with the preparation date.

With dried berries: put a handful of berries in olive oil for 3 weeks. Then crash them with a teaspoon and put the oil on a napkin squeezing it carefully.
Rub it on sore parts for rheumatism or bruises.

Rose infusion used as astringent lotion and against mouth inflammation

We have already spoken about rose decoction.
Let’s see the infusion now which has similar indications: it’s astringent and can be used for mouth inflammations.
Use 10 g (0.35 oz) of fresh petals of red or pale rose and 200 ml of water.
Pour boiling hot water on the petals and let it infuse for 30 minutes. Drain and let it cool. The product is ready to be used, but best before 24 hours because it can not be preserved longer.

Medlars against bellyache


Medlars, gathered when they are still unripe, are used to heal dysentery without causing constipation.
Prepare a decoction putting 50 g (1.76) of medlars (weight without stones) in 1 l of boiling hot water and let them boil on a low fire for 15 minutes.
Drain and drink it warmed in a bain-marie 3 times per day.

Thyme, used as natural antibiotic, strengthens your body

To fight winter diseases you can follow this simple preventive treatment: add a pinch of thyme to your tea every morning.
By repeating this action till the end of the cold season, your body will strengthen thanks to this completely natural antibiotic.
You can also use it in cooking for stocks and sauces, but be careful to add it always at the end of the cooking to preserve its active principles.

Preventing kidney stones with rustyback

Rustyback branches infusion (it grows on the rocks and on the walls, till 2000 metres high) has diuretic properties, prevents the formation of kidney stones and soothes inflammations of the urogenital system. It can be gathered till late summer.

Let 2 g (0.07 oz) of dried and crumbled branches infuse for some minutes in 1 dl of boiling hot water.
Drain and drink 2-3 cups per day. You can adjust the flavour with a drop of anise or mint oil. This infusion is also an excellent cough sedative.

To heal cough and cold with poppy jam

Let 50 g (1.76 oz) of fresh poppy petals soak in the juice of 8 lemons for 24 hours. Then melt and boil 3 kg of sugar in 3 glasses of water, letting it skim until the compound looks clear and gets to syrup stiffness.
Add poppies soaked in lemon juice to the syrup: it must boil for few minutes.
The jam is ready: it’s aromatic, good and healing. Actually it fights the cold, alleviates cough and bronchial inflammations.

Sleeping is a medicine

According to a Swiss medical school, sleeping is a good treatment for different disorders.
People who often suffer from headache, for example, can feel relief lying on the back.
On the contrary, people suffering from heartburn should lie on the left side.
Finally, people suffering from liver disorders should sleep on the right side.

Cosmetics: a homemade exfoliating scrub

A homemade and very practical exfoliant (scrub): boil a potato, mash it and mix with tomato juice without seeds.
Apply this mush to your face and let it stand for at least 10 minutes.
Finally wash carefully with mineral water at room temperature. This exfoliant is recommended especially for people with very dry skin.

Almonds milk recipe

This is a simple recipe to prepare very good and nourishing almonds milk: blend two spoons of sweet almonds and a tsp of honey in 2 dl of water.
Drain it into the tea strainer.

Pimples, chilblains and colitis: mullein treatment

Boiled yew leaves applied between two gauzes in a poultice are an excellent remedy for annoying and painful spots inflammating the skin.

On the contrary, for people suffering from chilblains, boil 50 g (1.76 oz) of verbascum thapsus (or great mullein) in 110 ml of olive oil on a very low fire, or better in bain-marie for 15 minutes. Make ointments on the sore part.
On the contrary, compresses of great mullein cooked in milk are helpful against intestinal colitis.

A recipe against heartburn

Buy or gather (till the end of September) well ripe juniper berries (they must be almost black). Carefully crash 6 of them and pour a cup of boiling hot water on them. Cover the cup in order not to loose the principles of the essential oil and let it stand.
Drain and drink it hot, without adding any sweetener. Drink 2 cups per day till burnings disappear. Your stomach will strenghten and appetite will improve.

A diuretic remedy and cough syrup with radish

Radish purplish red, raw and hot roots are good to be eaten. Their digestibility is favoured by the fact they are always eaten together with small leaves.
Radish is diuretic, protects the liver and is high in Vitamin C content.

The squeezed juice, mixed with sugar or honey, is very helpful to fight cough.
Against gravel (bile stones), for example, you can prepare radish syrup.
It’s made up cutting a good amount of radish and putting it in an enamelled pot, on overlapping layers, covering each of them with sugar. Let it stand for one or two days. Then by tipping the pot, get the liquid
coming out and keep it to use for a treatment, when the quantity is enough. Take 2 spoons per day for a month before meals.

Two beneficial vegetables for stomach and liver

The first one is cabbage, which is very helpful since it contains mineral salts in a much greater quantity than spinach, carrots or tomatoes.
Cabbage is recommended for people having delicate stomach or for patients suffering from liver disorders.

The second is celery, largely grown in its sweet variety.
The whole plant sends out an aromatic and pleasant smell. It’s difficult to digest when it’s eaten raw while it’s a digestive herb when it’s cooked. It is particularly recommended for people suffering from gout, lymphatic or liver disorders.

Purifying your blood with greater plantain

Take about 15 leaves of greater plantain. Wash, dry and chop them until making a mush. Put 300 g (10.58 oz) of brown sugar, 200 g (7.05 oz) of honey, some spoons of water and chopped plantain into a small pot.
Let it boil on a low fire continuing to mix. When it will get jam stiffness, take it off the fire, put in a pot and let it cool. Close the pots and keep them in the fridge.
It’s an excellent spring treatment to purify blood from winter traces. Take a tbsp before meals for a month.

Bloodroot: a multifaceted medicinal herb

Bloodroot grows in the woods and in wet grasslands of the alpine zone (in Italy). It’s a perennial plant gathered between June and August, at flowering time. It’s broken into pieces and dried in the shadow. The root instead is gathered in autumn.

It has astringent, healing and haemostatic properties.

Bloodroot decoction is used to treat dysentery, diarrhea and urinary incontinence:
20 g (0.70 oz) in 1 l of boiling hot water. Boil for 10 minutes then let it stand. Drain and drink 5 cups per day.

To prepare tonic wine, soak 70 g (2.46 oz) of root in 1 l of Port wine for one week. Drink 1-3 glasses daily.

In case of stomatitis, ulcerations and aptha you can use the decoction or infusion externally (40 g (1.41 oz) of dried plant in 1 l of water for 15 minutes) to have mouthwashes.
It can be used also for vaginal irrigations in case of whites and inflammations and to make compresses in case of burns.

Remedy against vulvar itching with alchemilla

Alchemilla Vulgaris (Lady’s Mantle) can be used against vulvar itching, a very frequent and annoying disorder.
Take 8 leaves of Alchemilla and boil them for a long time in a small quantity of water. Mash the compound and add 4 spoons of rose water. Mix it all in 10 g (0.35 oz) of lanolin and 30 g (1.05 oz) of vaseline (you can find them at the chemist’s) and keep this cream in a well closed pot. Apply it at topic level to external genitals.

To treat migraine and much more: basil remedy

Basil tea after meals, always used raw, is often a helpful remedy for nervous and digestive migraines. It’s a good antispasmodic, tonic and stomatal remedy (thus recommended in the treatment of gastric spasms of nervous people).
It helps also to regulate menstruation flow, to alleviate cough and is thus helpful for whooping cough.
It’s a handy remedy because we all have it at home, and it can be easily grown in a pot on the terrace!

Grapes treatment: a purifying diet

Grapes treatment is a natural therapy suitable for everybody at every age. It’s a purifying diet known from a long time, followed also by some traditional disciplines like yoga.
Potassium salts contained in grapes are good for the heart; it’s recommended for people suffering from liver disorders because it stimulates liver function and, thanks to particular enzymes regulating bacterial flora, it’s very good for the bowel.
Consequently, people following this pleasant therapy will see their skin improving if they are affected by skin rashes. On the contrary, those who do not have great disorders, will have a brighter skin.
In order to be effective, this diet must last at least 15 days: you need to eat half a kilo of grapes per day, till reaching 2 kg in the second week, on an empty stomach instead of breakfast.
It’s a purifying remedy!

Elixir against sleeplessness

In the past, elixirs were very fashionable.
So, here is the recipe of a perfect elixir against insomnia: in a 1 l pot, put 800 ml of alcohol, 50 g (1.76 oz) of passion flowers leaves and 30 g (1.05 oz) of sugar. Drain after 15 days.
The elixir must be drunk in a chamomile tea before going to sleep.

For tired feet, make a laurel footbath

Take a handful of well ripe bayberries (Laurus Nobilis), crash them and boil in a lot of water.
Drain and mix in a basin with cold water to make it cool.
Deep your feet and let them soak till water doesn’t cool.
Footbaths strengthen and relieve your tired extremities. It also reduces excessive perspiration.

Or you can try this grandmother old recipe:
Put 3 handfuls of salt and 1 dl of vinegar in a basin of water.
This is a good footbath against tiredness.

A rapid treatment against tiredness…. but without using herbs

Here is a remedy against exhaustion adjuvant to our herbal remedies:
if you feel tired and a bit sleepy because of hot weather, try this remedy suggested by a Swiss doctor: “brush” your hand palm.
It seems that this system, by stimulating epidermic nerves, acts on adrenal glands thus making you regain lost energy.

A natural remedy for tonsillitis

Are you looking for a treatment against tonsillitis? Put two handfuls of rosemary leaves in a cup of boiling hot water and let infuse for 5 minutes.
Drain and, if you prefer, sweeten with acacia honey.
Drink this infusion as soon as it cools.

Conjunctivitis and red eyes remedy

Conjunctivitis is a typical summer disorder, mainly for children who spend long time in the open air.
To treat this annoying inflammation, use compresses of sweetened water which has been cooled after boiling.

Otherwise, here is another good completely natural remedy: put 2 apple slices on your eyes for at least 15 minutes. Then pad them with an absorbent cotton ball soaked in slightly warm water or rose water.

Soothing bronchial asthma with blessed thistle

Remedy against bronchial asthma:

put 30 g (1.05 oz) of blessed thistle flowers in a pot, pour 1 l of boiling hot water on them, cork it up and drain 20 minutes later.
Drink a small cup before meals.
This drink is NOT recommended for people suffering from acid stomach or kidney damage.

Herbal teas against insomnia

Teas are natural solutions which can help fighting insomnia caused by stress or emotional states but they are not recommended (as effective remedies) in case of insomnia due to diseases such a heart disorders or asthma.
Let’s start with the classic ones:

Chamomile tea: a spoon of dried flowers in 150 ml of boiling hot water. Let it stand for 12 minutes and drain. You can add lemon or sweeten it with honey.

Hop tea: let 10 g (0.35 oz) of dried herb infuse in 150 ml of boiling hot water for 8 minutes. Drain and sweeten with honey.

Linden tea: let a spoon of dried lime flowers stand in a cup of boiling hot water (150 ml) for 10 minutes. Drain and drink.

Orange tea: boil 150 ml of water and add 15 g (0.52 oz) of bitter orange flowers and leaves. Let it stand 5-6 minutes, drain and drink.

Poppy petals decoction: pour two pinches of dried flowers and 10 g (0.35 oz) of fresh petals in a pot with 1 l of water. Boil and let it stand for 10 minutes. Drain and drink a cup of it.

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