Contains anthocyanin a compound that rejuvenates the liver (Medical Medium)
Has a soothing effect on the mucous membranes that line the respiratory and digestive tracts. “Magic & Medicine of Plants
Bottom Line a very flavorful and delicious drink. It’s a very delicate flower so it’s best infused cold, although you can also make it hot, just don’t cook too high of heat or for too long. Pour over hot water and steep rather than simmer or decoction.
Known as the “heart’s delight” and “the elixir of life”
Kills of viruses and pathogens in your systems. Calms the nerves of the liver. Fights Epstein-Barr virus, shingles, and other herpetic viruses….(Medical Medium) It’s a relaxing tonic for anxiety, mild depression, tension headache, insomnia, panic, colic, gas and bloating.
It’s basically one great tool to help fight anxiety and help uplift the mood.
This drink doesn’t taste lemony. I usually make it hot, although you can drink it cold also.
Boosts immunity, cleanses the liver, anti-inflammatory, high in calcium, detoxifies heavy metals, contains b-12, high in iron…
You can add this in two ways, if you’re not sensitive to tastes you can just mix a teaspoon or less into a glass of water and drink. This is the way I do it most often. The second way is to add it to your smoothies. I find it turns the smoothie another color and the taste is more obvious or enhanced. I don’t do it this way very often. A really simple way to get some greens into your diet.