Nourishing herbal infusions are just as the name suggests - they differ from a herbal tea as the ratio of dried (not fresh) plant material to water is high and they are left for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight to draw out the vitamins, minerals, micronutrients & enzymes. The body can identify and absorb these constituents way beyond a that of a synthetic supplement.
1. Add to a 1 litre 30g of either dried nettle, oatstraw (both pictured) comfrey, red clover or linden. These herbs have a high nutrient profile and are not aromatic so lend themselves to be infused for a long time without a strong flavour.
2. Fill the jar to the top with boiling water, pop on the lid and leave overnight.
In the morning strain & store in the fridge - you can reheat and add a little honey to taste.
3. Pour the strained plant material onto your garden/compost/worm farm - it is also very healing and nutritious for the earth.