and ginger are two of my favorite healing herbs. I discovered peppermint
when I was 10 years old and I have used it all my life for treating all my
ailments, especially indigestion. I discovered ginger 20 years ago when I
had a bad cold and I needed a healing herb to help my immune system. I’m
very thankful for their healing medicinal benefits. I have a very
sensitive delicate stomach and these wonderful healing herbs have helped
me so very much in so many ways. I love peppermint because it grows
wild everywhere and there will always be a wonderful healing bounty of it.
Ginger mainly grows in the Middle East and various other parts of the
world. Both herbs can be planted and grown in your very own herb
garden. I often drink peppermint tea when I don’t feel well and I
need to heal my indigestion and stimulate my appetite. I drink
ginger tea for similar reasons, but I also love to add fresh ginger and
ginger powder to my delicious, healthy, vegan meals. The strong pungent
aromas are very healing. I love the flavors and aroma. I never leave
home without peppermint. It’s energizing, cooling, a natural
decongestant, and it creates a positive healing energy in any toxic
negative environment. I carry a bottle of organic peppermint
essential oil in my purse. I have three boxes of organic peppermint
tea in my cupboard. I have two bags of organic ginger powder and 3
large pieces of fresh organic ginger. I encourage everyone to have
peppermint and ginger in their first aid kit and holistic, herbal,
medicine cabinet. Enjoy good health and healing wellness self-care.
like to share a healing herbal tea recipe I make when my dear husband and
I don’t feel well and need a gentle energy boost. It is a wonderful
mixture of herbs that mixes very well and is delicious.
a mug, pour boiling hot water over
tsp. fresh mint leaves, rinsed
tsp. fresh cut ginger, rinsed
tsp. fresh squeezed lemon juice
tsp. maple syrup or your favorite organic unrefined sweetener
the hot tea steep for 30 minutes until the herbs blend well and is very
potent. When the aroma fills the air and the tea tastes very minty
and gingery, you know the tea is ready to sip. You can enjoy this
delicious, healing, herbal tea on cold days, but you can also enjoy it
chilled on hot days. It’s wonderful to sip it slowly throughout the
day and the herbal potency will help you feel good for hours. Enjoy
and have a lovely day.
Medicine: Biomolecular and Clinical Aspects. 2nd edition.
shot or herbal tea? It’s up to you, but my flu shot resides in my herbal