QUEEN ANNE'S LACE TEA-Bulk DRIED HERB

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QUEEN ANNE'S LACE TEA-Bulk  DRIED HERB

QUEEN ANNE'S LACE TEA-Bulk Dried Herb Botanical Name: Daucus carota (wild carrot)

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 2 oz. QAL dried herb$9.50

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Queen Anne's Lace-Bulk Dried herb-Cut and ready to use.

(makes 30-36 Cups of Tea)

Culinary Uses: Queen Anne's Lace flowers and root are used many times in prepared dishes where a taste of carrot is preferred, raw or cooked.

External Uses: Queen Anne's Lace as a poultice, salve or oil is used for burns, scalds, skin lesions, abscesses and to relieve pain.

Medicinal Parts Used: Leaves, stems, flowers, roots

Medicinal Properties and Uses of Queen Anne's Lace: Queen Anne's lace (wild carrot) is a diuretic, helps in soothing the digestive tract and stimulates the uterus in helping to promote menstruation, it's seeds often called (the morning after herb). Queen Anne's Lace as a tea, helps to stop the formation of kidney stones, used as a treatment for hangovers, stimulate the flow of urine and waste of kidneys and aid in the treatment of diabetes. Supports the liver and helps with bladder diseases. It's properties consist of: Abortifacient, antiseptic, Antibacterial, astringent, Carminative, diuretic, Deobstruent, emmenagogue, stimulant, anthelmintic, carminative, mildvermifuge

Cautions: Do not use if pregnant

Queen Anne's Lace Tea Recipe: Steep 1 tsp dried Queen Anne's Lace in 1 cup water for 10-15 minutes. Strain and drink. Makes 30-36 cups of tea.

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