Herbal Powerhouse Healing Tea

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• Traditional
• Whole 30
• Gluten & Dairy free
• Paleo or Primal
• Autoimmune Paleo
• Vegetarian


Welcome! I'm Jennifer, the owner & founder of Healing Redefined Holistic Wellness Center, holistic practitioner, and head nutrition nerd here at Healing Redefined.

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Medical Disclaimer: The information contained in this blog is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. Please consult a physician in matters relating to serious illness and particularly with respect to any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention.

Medications – You should work closely with your physician to adjust medications as your body heals. Many of you will be able to say goodbye to “maintenance” medication forever but some will not.

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  1. I drink the same teas, but haven’t tried them combined! While most everyone enjoys a cold ice tea, I wanted to share that my herbalist has warned me against doing so for medicinal teas. She says that cold beverages shock our system and drastically reduces the absorbency. Warm is best, but even room temperature can allow for better absorption than iced.

    I’ve been pairing my nettle tea with paudarco, lemongrass, or calendula but I will have to try this combo!

    1. You can also try it with rose hips, cranberries, or hibiscus for something fruitier!

      Cold doesn’t drastically reduce the absorption of nutrients, because our bodies heat up the contents of the stomach to an optimal temperature for digestion. Cold items can stress the body but won’t generally cripple it’s function. I do agree with all foods and drinks being room temperature or heated for optimal digestion and qi function.

      The majority of my readers are from the U.S. and prefer cold drinks and those without a strong bitter or earthy flavor, so I compromise. 🙂

    1. By drinking it regularly, you increase the nutrients your body uses to make hair. It helps it to grow in stronger, more quickly, and more abundantly. Many people also use it as a hair rinse.

  2. I wonder if you could use Nettle as a 2nd ferment using hibiscus and raspberry leaf tea. Could you reap benefits that way in kombucha tea?

    1. Definitely! As long as you are comfortable with and familiar with using herbs with a SCOBY (or away from it as in a second ferment), it would still hold the same nutrient benefits.

  3. I’m going to try this after reading your post! I have a friend that was just telling me she’s been having quite a bit of trouble breastfeeding, her baby is now 3 mths old, due to pain that she has every time she feeds from circulation issues. From what you’ve read, do you think these herbs may help with that?

    1. It’s likely but circulation issues can have various root causes and it may not have a strong effect. A nutrient-dense diet is always my first defense against any dysfunction, and this tea would be a wonderful addition to any nutrient-dense diet.

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