Quiet Spirit Tea Blend
photo by Karen Elizabeth
- Ready In:
2 cups (96 1-tsp servings)
- Combine all the ingredients and store in an airtight container away from heat, moisture and light.
- Use 1 tsp of the mix per 6 oz. of boiling water, using a tea ball or teapot and strainer. Let steep for 5--8 minutes.
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I had to look around a little for the chamomile, I could only get huge quantities and wanted to try it before making Lots!!! I had lavender in my garden and the other ingredients were easily sourced. A very pleasant soothing tea, I enjoyed this very much, having tried it, I shall now make a larger quantity to enjoy and share with friends!! Thank you Jen, made for P-A-R-T-Y! tag!
I boo-booed and whirled the herbs in a coffee mill. No wonder it didn't strain properly. I also used less cloves but did use dried lavender from my garden! I can feel my nerves calming as I type. I will make sure to try this for what it is specifically meant for next time around. Thanks for posting! cg
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