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Herbal Cough Syrup Recipe

Five Flavors Herbal Cough Syrup Recipe

This recipe is an all-purpose cough syrup remedy. Elecampane, plantain, and honey are expectorants with the latter two helping to soothe irritated tissues in the lungs and throat. Elderberries are famous for their ability to shorten the duration of a cold or flu. Store this in the fridge and use within one month. This recipe can be made with either dried or fresh herbs.

Lavender Lemonade Popsicles

Lavender Lemonade Popsicles

Hints of sweet lavender cream with a tart lemony twist give this popsicle a heavenly taste that both kids and adults will love. To make these you’ll need some type of popsicle mold. This can be something fancy or it can simply be a small paper cup with some popsicle sticks.

Nettle Smoothie

Earth Shake! A Green Smoothie Recipe with Nettle

Minty and sweet, yet packed with nutrition, this is a green smoothie recipe that is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters. Don’t have access to fresh nettle? You can substitute 1/2 cup of dried nettle leaves instead (be sure to pick out any small stems). When I tried this, I soaked the dried nettle in the coconut water for 30 minutes. I prefer using fresh nettle as the dried version was a bit chewier, but it was still enjoyable.


How to Make Chickweed Salve

This is a super strong salve made with a delicate plant that brings soothing relief to hot and dry tissues. Consider this chickweed salve for bug bites, hot rashes, clean wounds, diaper rash, or any itchy skin conditions.


Homemade Tooth Powder

Brushing your teeth with powdered herbs may sound strange, but this was the normal practice long before we had liquid toothpaste. Making your own homemade tooth powder is simple and you’ll be able to brush your teeth without any harsh chemicals found in commercial toothpastes.

Naturally Tinted Homemade Lip Balm

How to Make Naturally Tinted Homemade Lip Balm

Nourish your lips with this festive holiday lip balm. This slightly tinted homemade lip balm will protect your lips from the harsh elements of winter while smelling like the rich and resinous boughs of an evergreen tree. For the carrier oil you can use jojoba oil, almond oil, grapeseed oil, or apricot kernel oil.