Mint & Herbal Gardening Benefits
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Here you go with your Mint tea Recipe direct from your small Garden :
- Mints or herbal teas have the added benefit of being caffeine-free. You can vary the mint (peppermint or spearmint or one of the other varieties listed below) in this recipe as long as it’s fresh. Serve it hot or iced, with or without honey and with or without lemon.
- If you love mint tea, but wouldn’t consider giving up the caffeine, you can add fresh mint pluck from your garden and make a morocco tea made with a blend of green tea (that has caffeine) and mint leaves might be just the ticket. Which will help your body to detox as well Extra Benefits.
- 2 cups water
- 15 mint leaves (From your small Garden Farm)
- Optional: 2 teaspoons sugar (or honey; start with 1 teaspoon per cup and add more as desired)
- lemon slices
- lemon juice
Steps to Make It
- Pluck fresh Mints
- Gather all ingredients
- Water to a boil.
- Add mints leaves and boil for 3 to 5 minutes, depending on desired strength.
- Add non-compulsory sweetener.
- Add Lemon optional.
- If serving hot, pour the tea into mugs. Garnish with optional lemon slices and/or lemon juice to taste.
Nature is pleased with simplicity.
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