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Thread: Therapeutic Herbal Tea Recipes

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    The t.v show "What A Relief" (on Veria Network) is pretty useful, if any of you get a chance to watch it. They focus on a certain topic (earaches, fertility, stress, etc.) every day, giving you 1-3 recipes, demonstrating the actual process, and giving you some good knowledge on the herbs involved, as well as giving you supplementary and and preventative knowledge for that topic.

    I'll have to start a new thread on a few of the recipes, because they aren't actually teas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Valkyrie View Post
    1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper

    1/4 teaspoon powdered cayenne pepper

    Pinch of cayenne
    As someone who will -literally- die from ingestion (even in microscopic amounts) of Cayenne pepper, Red Pepper flake, and anything else containing any form of Capsicum annuum, do you have any alternatives for Cayenne in these supposedly therapeutic recipes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EntwinedScylla View Post
    As someone who will -literally- die from ingestion (even in microscopic amounts) of Cayenne pepper, Red Pepper flake, and anything else containing any form of Capsicum annuum, do you have any alternatives for Cayenne in these supposedly therapeutic recipes?
    I guess it depends on which purpose it is used for (since it has several), you'd have to replace it with something that can be used for the same purpose.

    Not sure, off the top of my head. . .I don't se cayenne too often.
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    A digestive tea that really works is mix of dandelion, mint and melissa. Steep for 7 to 9 minutes in freshly boiled water. I drink it on an empty stomach and it works well.

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