This medicinal formula is an excellent remedy for a swollen, inflamed prostate. It can be prepared as a tea or tincture. This can be used as a preventative method as well!
- 3 parts corn silk
- 2 parts nettle root
- 1 part cleavers
- 1 part uva ursi
A ‘part’ is any unit of measurement you want it to be:
The goal is to use the same unit of measurement throughout for each ‘part’ in a recipe. The ‘part’ measurement determines the ratio of ingredients in a recipe, and it allows you to make each recipe in the amount you need.
The goal is to keep the unit of measurement consistent throughout the recipe.
AS A TEA
Simply boil 1 quart of water per 1 ounce of herb (or 1 cup of water per 1 tablespoon of herb), pour the hot water over the herb, cover, and let steep for 30 to 60 minutes.
The exact proportion of water to herb and the required time to infuse varies greatly depending on the herb. The more herb you use and the longer you let it steep, the stronger the brew.
AS A TINCTURE
You can follow the guidelines here
on how to make a tincture.
Here is what’s recommended when figuring out HOW to take your medicine once it’s made.