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Elderberry Syrup

As much as calendula and St. John’s wort oils are a part of Summer, so elderberry and rosehip syrups are a part of Fall. It is a time to harvest berries and roots. Roots are full of nourishment at this time as they store nutrients to support the plant through the winter months. The berries of the rose bushes and the Elder tree are full of immune-enhancing compounds.

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Nettle Soup | Recipe

Packed full of nutritious goodness, nettles are rich in beta-carotene, vitamin C, chlorophyll, iron, potassium, calcium and silica. It is not surprising then to learn that over the centuries they have been used in herbal medicine...

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Chai Tea | Recipe

In India, this warming and stimulating spiced chai is traditionally brewed in milk not water, so feel free to replace water with the milk/plant beverage of your choice in this recipe...

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Onion Syrup | Recipe

One onion sliced. 1-2 cloves garlic – sliced (optional). Sweetener – for example, honey, cane sugar or xylitol. In a jar, alternate layers of the sliced onion and garlic with a layer of sweetener. Put the jar and contents into the fridge overnight.

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