Mineral Rich Herbal Tea


This delicious, refreshing tea is surprisingly nutritious!!    Besides being a fabulous thirst-quencher, it is an all-natural vitamin and mineral supplement. It is high in calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, and zinc.  Some of these herbs are also effective for hormone balance, immune boosting, germ fighting, anxiety reducing and mood lifting!     



  • 2 parts dried nettle leaves
  • 2 parts dried mint
  • 2 parts dried oatstraw
  • 2 parts dried red clover
  • 2 parts dried dandelion leaves
  • 1 part dried alfalfa
  • 1 part dried chamomile
  • 1 part Lemon balm
  • 1 part dried raspberry leaves
  • 1 part dried violet leaves

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  • Fill 2 large tea balls with the herb mixture and hang them inside a large gallon glass jar.  
  • Fill jar with purified water  
  • Cover and set on kitchen counter for a few hours or overnight.  
  • Remove tea balls, discarding the spent herbs (in the trash or) to the compost pile
  • I add some stevia to taste and  
  • Store in the fridge.  

I like to buy my herbs in bulk and then mix large batches at a time so it's easy to make each time.  Mx all these herbs together, then store in a large jar.       

"Part" =  a cup or a tablespoon or whatever unit of measure you'd like to use.    

For example:  IF    2 parts = 1 cup,    THEN   1 part = 1/2 cup