Seer’s Tea

I enjoyed the challenge of collecting all these various herbs and teas — some from my own garden. I first saw this recipe on hocuspocus13.wordpress.com, and for some reason, just couldn’t stop thinking about it. I’ve settled upon drinking this as a late afternoon tea, and I do seem to be dreaming more. Plus, it’s yummy with a hint of honey — like a rich, complex beer without the alcohol. Anyway, I’m posting this here for the ladies. A number of these herbs are female hormone balancers, so I’m not sure how well it would work for men. Sweet dreams!

Triple Moon Herbs

The essence of this blend is to calm the conscious mind and awaken the intuitive sense. As well, an aid for sleep, anxiety and divination. The recipe (for a large batch) follows.

Seer’s Tea 

tea

1 cup green rooibos
1 cup hops flowers
1 cup damiana
1/2 cup mugwort
1/2 cup chamomile
1/3 cup hibiscus flowers, lightly crushed
1/2 cup calendula flowers
2 tablespoons orange peel
2 tablespoons lavender

Mix herbs in a bowl thoroughly.
To brew, pour hot water (just under a boil but not boiling), over 1 tablespoon of the blend per 8 oz cup. Steep at least 5 minutes, longer if you’d like it stronger. Best enjoyed with a bit of honey.

(courtesy of local milk)

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4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by manyhahama1955 on December 17, 2014 at 6:01 pm

    Thank you, Laura! How wonderful! : ) Sophia

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  2. Original link doesn’t work, but here is the new one: http://triplemoonherbs.com/seers-tea/

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  3. […] Seer’s Tea (which also helps balance female hormones) […]

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