15 Creative Things To Do With Herbs | Easy DIY Projects

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Do you have an overwhelmingly huge amount of herbs at home that you don’t want to waste? If you already have a variety of herbal beverages on hand, then here are some more inventive and creative ideas for what to do when you have too many herbs.

15. Rose Petal Body Scrub or Bath Soak (SO Pretty and Smells Incredible)

Here is my all natural recipe for an herbal Rose Petal salt or sugar body scrub. This recipe can also be used as a romantic, detoxifying bath soak, too. This versatile scrub or soak makes a lovely handmade gift!

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14. Chamomile-Infused Hot Process Soap — Soothing on the Skin!

I’m sharing one of my soothing, calming chamomile infused handmade soaps. This recipe is a no-fail hot process soap with a beautiful pink color. It’s a wonderful gift for the holidays or any time at all!

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13. Herbal Black Drawing Salve Recipe That WORKS! (The How, Why, and What of Black Drawing Salves)

This article is about black salve: What is it? How do you make a good drawing salve? Activated charcoal, plantain, and other healing herbs can help draw toxins from your skin. You can make this easy recipe to relieve and draw out splinters, venom from bug bites, stings, infection and boils, or soothe rashes or itching.

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12. Grilled Herb and Lime Chicken

Grilled Herb and Lime Chicken is the perfect dish to get grilling season started. Thin chicken breasts are marinated in a herb sauce with extra sauce used for finishing the dish, so easy and delicious.

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11. Chamomile Lemon Poppy Seed Breakfast Bread

This moist Chamomile Lemon Poppy Seed Breakfast Bread is loaded with lemon juice and zest, poppy seeds, almond extract and brewed chamomile tea. An easy, sweet brunch recipe with only minutes of prep.

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10. Saffron – Rose Chai Tea Recipe – Masala Recipe Included

Saffron – Rose Chai Tea Recipe: healing and deliciously aromatic tea that’s a mix of soothing spices, rose and saffron. The ‘chai tea-mix’ or ‘chai-masala’ as called in India is made at home and can be stored for months. Perfect to serve on Valentines or Special Occasion.

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9. Almond, Rose, and Cardamom Granola

This dreamy vegan, gluten free, and sugar free almond cardamom granola is sweetened purely with dates and is inspired by Persian sweets, flavoured with rosewater and rose petals.

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8. Homemade Comfrey Ointment

Comfrey to the rescue. It is amazing for all things skin, muscle, and even bone related. It contains high amounts of vitamin C and calcium. It is the absolute best when it comes to all of those bug bites, bumps, bruises, scrapes, sore muscles and even…

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7. Honeysuckle Simple Syrup

This recipe for Honeysuckle Simple Syrup uses foraged wild honeysuckle in a sweet simple syrup that is perfect for cocktails, iced tea, lemonade, and more!

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6. Ginger Lemon Balm Green Tea Blend

Teas that are both healing and delicious deserve big places in our pantry. This ginger lemon balm green tea blend is sure to please the taste buds while also helping the body.

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5. Lemon Balm Drop Biscuits

The herb garden is providing abundantly. That means I’m grateful and that I’m looking for ways to use it all up. These lemon balm drop biscuits are a tasty result of that search.

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4. How to Make Honeysuckle Glycerite

Honeysuckle glycerite is a wonderfully easy herbal remedy to make in the early summer with benefits that will serve you well for the entire year.

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3. How and Why to Make Bee Balm Oxymel

Bee balm oxymel is a tasty and easy way to make healing remedies from the flower garden. And thankfully the we can use any of the bee balm (Monarda) flowers in this tasty concotion, the color of the bloom doesn’t matter – just be sure it’s Monarda.

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2. De-Stress and Relax: An Herbal Tea Recipe to Help You Manage Stress and Anxious Feelings

These are some stressful times, aren’t they? Here is a herbal tea blend that will take that edge off and help you release anxious thoughts about current events. This tea contains nerve supporting herbs that will help you relax and find some enjoyment!

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1. Make an EASY, Nerve-Soothing Tincture — A Tonic for Stress, Tension and Migraine Headaches

There are only three herbs in it, and it tastes great too (even for a tincture! lol). This is a mild nerve-soothing preparation that won’t make you tired. It simply helps calm your body and soul.

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