I'm S.H.E.'s Spiritual Healing Herbs
I'm S.H.E.'s Spiritual Healing Herbs are an assortment of plants with aromatic and healing properties that can be used in teas, herbal smoothies, and/or for fragrances. Our herbs can be purchased by weight. Always consult a physician before taking any herbs.
Typical uses for most of our dried herbs:
*Bladderwrack Root (1 oz)- Bladderwrack powder can be used as a seasoning in stews, soups, and salads as well as in smoothies.
*Burdock Root (1 oz)- Add boiling water and steep covered for 30 minutes. Strain, and enjoy.
*Dandelion Root (1 oz)- The entire dandelion plant from root to blossom is edible with a slightly bitter, chicory-like taste. The root itself is sometimes roasted to create caffeine-free dandelion coffee. When used for medicine, the dried or fresh root can be made into teas, tinctures, decoctions (infusions), and poultices
*Elderberry (1 oz)- Combine water, dried elderberries, and a cinnamon stick to a small saucepan and stir well. Boil heat on high just until the tea starts to boil. Then, turn the heat down to medium-low and simmer for 15 minutes. Let the tea cool in the pot for 5 minutes. Strain the tea through a fine-mesh strainer into a mug and enjoy.
*Irish Sea Moss (1 oz)- Soak dried sea moss in cold water for 15 minutes. Wash thoroughly with lime juice. You can boil with cinnamon to make a gel. After boiling discard the cinnamon sticks and allow contents to chill in the refrigerator. You can also chop and use cleaned sea moss on a salad.
* Maca Root (1 oz)- You can use maca root powder in hot drinks, in yogurt, in smoothies, in your protein oats, in protein baking recipes. Maca powder added to hot or cold milk is one of the easiest ways to enjoy this supplement.
*Pau d'Arco (1 oz)-
*Sarsaparilla Root (1 oz)- to prepare as a tea, add 1 tsp of herb to 8 oz water in a pot. Cover and simmer 15-30 minutes, strain, and serve immediately.