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  1. How to Make a Decoction

    08 Mar 2016

    Decoctions are simmered because typically roots, seeds, and bark do not liberate their virtues easily unless they are boiled or extracted via alcohol/glycerin/or acetates. Typical dose is 1 heaping teaspoon of herb, 1 cup cold water and bring to a slow simmer with a lid on the pot. Simmer (not boil) for 20 minutes. Tae off the heat and let sit for 3-4 hours or even for overnight to steep more. Strain and place back on the stove and add fresh water to resume tea to 1 Liter and ie. Heat. You may add several tablespoons of honey and dissolve fully. Then take off heat. Typical decoction dose is 3 ounces 4 times daily unless otherwise instructed.


  2. How to Make a Proper Infusion Tea

    08 Mar 2016

    Take 1 heaping teaspoonful of mixed/single herb and pour 1 cup of just boiled water over the herb. Cover and steep at 10-15 minutes; strain and sweeten with honey. Typical dose is 3 times daily unless otherwise recommended. You may multiply this by four to make 1 Liter at a time in advance. You may keep this in the fridge for up to 2-3 days. Add 2-3 teaspoons of honey to this to maintain freshness. Honey is antiseptic and a natural preservative. Most tea treatments can be taken cold as well as hot. Some must be hot, ie. Diaphoretics. Do not microwave! This alters the biochemistry of the medicinal tea potentially causing it to be ineffective. Reheat on the stovetop.

  3. Welcome to Laurier Herbal Clinic & Lifestyle Center

    18 Aug 2012
    A Practitioner To The Practitioner

    Clinic Director: Darlyne D. Beachey
    Registered Medical Herbalist
    Registered Nurse
    Registered Traditional and Biomedical Acupuncturist
    Host of LHC (Laurier Herbal Clinic)

    We at LHC service practitioners of alternative medicine locally and along the northern corridor of Ontario. We have serviced Naturopaths, Midwives, and Homeopaths in North Bay area since 2005. Also included in our catchment are those in Powassan, Burks Falls, Gravenhurst, Bracebridge, and Toronto. Our focus, however, is to service the northern corridor providing high quality botanical tinctures, medicinal teas, and customized combinations to natural medicine providers along with practical and complementary clinical support. Our clinic director is a highly experienced clinician with over 25 years of clinical nursing as well as over 12 years of practical hands on experience in Herbalism.

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