Drink Solomon’s Seal tea and nourish Life.
With the first sip, Joy; with the second sip, Satisfaction;
with the third sip, Peace; with the fourth, a Danish.
Welcome to your first cup of Solomon’s Seal tea! We all know the soulful comfort of an herbal tea. However, there can also be also a great benefit of added wellness, as Solomon’s Seal is historically known to be a staple in the herbal apothecary. Learn how to brew and integrate Solomon’s Seal in your tea and enjoy an extra boost for your day. Got that Danish ready?
How to Prepare Solomon’s Seal Tea
The mild, slightly nutty and sweet taste of Solomon’s Seal tea is a pleasant delight with therapeutic benefits to boost, as discussed later in this article. Cultures worldwide have sipped this herbal tea, or infused it into water tonics, for thousands of years.
Here are two ways to prepare your tea.
Using ground organic dried root kernels
- Place ½ teaspoon into 8-12 ounces of pre-boiled water.
- Let set while the kernels puff up and sink.
- Sip slowly and thoughtfully as a hot tea. You can even chew on the soft nuggets.
For a cold tea simply let sit in refrigerator overnight. The taste is mild, slightly nutty and sweet.
Using Solomon’s Seal tincture
- Place 7-10 Solomon’s Seal tincture drops into your favorite cup of tea.
- Sip and enjoy (either hot or cold).
- Your tea will retain its herbal flavor and still provide the benefits of the tincture.
- Availability & Cost: organic Solomon’s Seal root is very expensive if one is to consider grinding it for tea. The problem is finding a trustworthy organic source on the Internet (we should know!). For this reason, using a concentrated tincture is probably most cost-effective and more diverse.
- Therapeutic Benefits: for best mucilaginous qualities use ground root; the tincture provides broader benefits as discussed later in this article.
- Frequency of Use: up to 3 cups per day (you may pee a little bit more, however!)
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