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Growing up in the swamp, I learned from the Woman. She helped me to understand the benefits of different herbal teas.
Info about Allie: I remember the first meal I ate with the Woman. We had bread made from the koonti root and swamp cabbage with herbs. It was delicious! We sat under the blue sky enjoying the great outdoors.
The seeds from this plant, which are often used in baked goods, are known for their mildly spicy, aromatic flavor. Caraway is soothing for gas and other stomach disorders. I can also increase the appetite. Brewed into a tea, the warm fluid is excellent for coughs and colds.
For centuries, midwives have used caraway extract to stimulate the production of breast milk in nursing mothers and to ease colic in infants.
*Excellent digestive aid
*Helps expel gas
*Works as an effective expectorant for coughs due to colds.
*Increases breast milk in nursing mothers
How to make a tea:
Mix 3 to 4 drops extract in liquid, 3 to 4 times daily. For colic, mix 1 to 2 drops in infant formula for 2 feedings.
Of course, one should check with one’s pediatrician before giving this or any other herb to one’s baby or child.
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