My friend Brittany, who is trained in holistic nutrition, herbs, essential oils, crystal therapy, and energy therapy recommended this herbal tea blend to me for my joint inflammation and stiffness. I wanted to share this blend with you, as well. These ingredients are usually available at health food stores or you can buy them online from sellers on Etsy.
What’s In It
This herbal blend consists of equal parts of the following:
- Cinnamon bark
- Dandelion leaf
- Devil’s claw root
- Thyme leaf
- Hawthorn berry
- White willow bark
Blend herbs together in one main batch. Steep 1 tsp of herb blend in 8 oz water (boil water and pour over herbs, let sit for 30 minutes covered). Drink twice per day.
Also, be sure to check out Brittany’s online store, Nefertem Naturals, where she sells organic soaps, moisturizers, and aromatherapy blends. She also recommends her Ailments Herbal Joint Cream, which is a wonderful topical approach to reducing inflammation. I personally have the cream and use it daily on my hands.
If you’re looking for a whole-body detox tea full of healing herbs high in antioxidants, I recommend VitaliTea.
If you decide to give this anti-inflammatory herbal tea a try, please share your experience in the comments below!
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