Winter Health Support: Yerba Santa, Douglas Fir

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February 17-29

17 Elderberry Syrup for cold

Flu Fighter: Grindelia, Oregon Grape, Yerba Santa

18 Yerba Santa, Grindelia, Oregon Grape Tea for congestion and fighting flu We are still working on getting the whole family healthy. My 4-year-old and my 12-year-old are finally both drinking my teas!

19 Yerba Santa, Grindelia, Oregon Grape Tea for congestion and cold

20 Yerba Santa, Grindelia, Oregon Grape Tea for congestion and cold

21 Wild Granola (with manzanita sugar and oak nut flour)

22 Ceanothus tea

23 Yerba Santa tea

24 Fir Tip tea Bring 6 cups water to a boil. Turn heat off and add 2 cups Fir needles (dried or fresh). Let steep for 10 minutes and strain. Sweeten if desired for a tea rich in vitamin C.

25 Fir Tip tea

26 Gather fresh Manzanita Blossoms, Make Manzanita Blossom Jelly

27 Wild Granola with Oak Nut Flour and Manzanita Sugar

28 Fir Tip tea

29 Fir Tip tea

One comment on “Winter Health Support: Yerba Santa, Douglas Fir”

  1. Joshua says:

    I’d love to try the manzanita blossom jelly! Perhaps a trade?

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