Tranquillity Tea

Stormy Stewart


Red Clover is found abundantly throughout eastern and central U.S. Gather the flowering tops of this herb when the dew is still on it, Then make sure the plant is dried thoroughly before storing. This Wonderful herb contributes a grounding, purifying influence to this Tea blend.

Rose Hips can be found along the seasides of northern U.S. And Canada, Or may be purchased in herb shops. Rose Hips are said to regulate Vital energy, contributing a nourishing boost of vitamin C to this Blend. Collect the ripe Hips when they are red and still firm. It will Take weeks of patient drying to ensure safe storage of this fleshy fruit.

German Chamomile is readily available from most herb shops. It adds a Relaxing and soothing note to this mixture.

Peppermint is a delightful, easy to grow companion in any garden.
Harvest the leaves before the flowers begin to develop, drying
Thoroughly before storing. Peppermint blends and activates other herbs Within formulas and will also help calm nervous stomachs.


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many tea bags
20 Min


How to Make Tranquillity Tea


  1. use only dried herbs. Mix together and place in jar or in press and seal teabags and then in a jar
  2. to give as a gift put teabags a basket with a cup or two and a teapot

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About Tranquillity Tea

Course/Dish: Hot Drinks
Other Tag: Healthy
Hashtag: #tea

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