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Posted by Kathie Donahue on 23rd Jun 2016
I add it to my homemade tea called Tension Tamer. I can't have erythritol, which is added to "white" stevia on the market, so the leaves are perfect. Here's my recipe:
Tension Tamer Tea
2 cups dried Chamomile leaves and flowers
3 cups dried Spearmint
1 cup Lemon Grass
1 cup Passion Flower
¼ cup Hops
¼ cup Rose Petals
¼ cup dried Orange Peel
Place ingredients in a large bowl or tub. Mix very well, stirring and stirring until a tablespoon of the mix shows all the different ingredients above in some amount. Place in air-tight containers in a dark, cool place. Take about a pint at a time from storage for use in your kitchen. Sweeten each brewed cup with Stevia Leaves.