Giving Your Kids Herbs Isn’t As Difficult As You Think
It’s almost that time. The summer winds down and you’re prepping the kids for school. While you’re out shopping for the books and the clothes, don’t forget to overlook your child’s health.
Your child is heading back to a massive group of kids with all sorts of fun germs. You can help raise their auto-immune system with some good, healthy, natural herbs.
Giving kids herbs can be a daunting task, but there are sneaky, fun ways to infuse herbs into their diet.
There are candies infused with herbs, but they can be either high in sugar, and if not, a little bitter.
How about sending them off to school with a nice iced tea, but rather than putting black tea, put the following herbs in there…
Chamomile, lemon balm, and rosemary are all wonderful, gentle herbs that can be used by both students of all ages to provide herbal support for going back to school. These herbs are nervines that support the nervous system during transition, and they can also benefit the whole body by supporting healthy digestion and providing a rich supply of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. As an added bonus, these three herbs can be useful staving off those beginning of the year sniffles.