Forest Forage Tonic

 In Nourishing Brews, Recipes

Freshly cut herbs, flowers, leaves, twigs are a beautiful way to make your own infusion.

Presently I have access to many acres of native bush and up on offer is a myrid of abundance of wild native herbs.

My organic garden is also a great source, as not every plant deemed a ‘weed’ is unuseful, just undiscovered. This beautiful dandelion is bitter but rich in nutrients.

Forest Forage

DIY brew. If you can access some wildly grown organic herbs from a local forest, neighbours garden (or your own) then you can make up a wonderful infusion of minerals, vitamins and flavors.
Please make sure you know the identity of any herbs, flowers, etc and they are safe to consume.
Prep Time 20 mins
Course Latte
Servings 3


  • Saucepan


  • sprigs Pine needles
  • 2-3 leaves Comfrey
  • few Kanuka spike and flowers
  • sprinkle Cranberries
  • small squirt C60WS Champion Patented Molecule


Stinging Nettle is a highly nutritious herb, easily grown and very rich in Vitamin A,C,D and E. A powerful kidney tonic.
High in Manganese, Iron and Calcium. Very beneficial for lactating mums too!
This is a nettle pesto I made
Keyword Brew, forage, forest, herbs, infusion, minerals, tea, Tonics
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