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Allergy Relief Tea

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From Physical Graffitea

Red clover, plantain leaf, elder flower, nettle, peppermint, licorice root, hibiscus.

1 tbsp boiling water, steep 5-15 mins

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I can finally add teas! Woohoo!

So I’m trying this tea because my allergies are a little out of control. I know it’s medicinal, but I enjoy the flavor as well. The peppermint and liquorice clear my nose a little. I’ve always liked the smell of clover and I’m starting to enjoy the nettles flavor.

Hopefully this helps!

Terri HarpLady

I’ve been drinking my nettles every day. I can get away with skipping a day once in awhile if I don’t go outside, but I really notice the difference!

Fuzzy_Peachkin

I’m hoping if I drink this constantly today, I’ll see improvement. So far, not so much. My skin is so itchy!!

Terri HarpLady

Allergies make me feel prickly all over, inside & out. I feel irritated by the through & through. If you can get some straight nettles, drinking strong infusion of it is even more helpful: 1/4 cup leaf to 8 oz, boiling water, steep 2 — 8 hours. Then strain & enjoy. I usually steep mine overnight on the counter in a jar with a lid on it to keep the dust out.

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