How I Make My Own Cancer Tea and Other Exotic Teas
|Pineapple Mint and Chocolate Mint-Freshly Harvested|
Of course, I use the book only as a guideline. I prefer to study effects of different teas and create my own elixir.
When my daughter, Kelli, found out she had multiple myeloma cancer 8 years ago, and after the initial shock, we decided to follow conventional therapy as well as look into alternative methods. Kelli is thriving today and I believe that the teas could have played a roll in her recovery.
You may want to check out an earlier post on how I prepare my herbs. The post is titled “Now is the Thyme” found here.
|Dried Herbs After Removed From Brown Bags|
|Tea Being Placed Into Small Tea Bags|
I used spearmint, pineapple mint and peppermint tea leaves for my pictures for the post.
The tea bags are then ironed closed and are ready for brewing. I then place tea bags into zip lock bags with my logo and list ingredients.
|The bags Are Sealed Closed by Ironing Them.|
|Mint Tea All Ready for the Market|