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How To Make Herbal Infused Honey

By on January 28, 2015

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We all know how good honey is in tea, on toast, and for a sore throat or cough. And honey is also good for you, too. It’s a true superfood and what could be better than that? Well, herbal infused honey is even better. It tastes really good and takes on the additional healing properties of the herbs infused into it.

Making herbal infused honey is a fun and easy project for the whole family. From choosing which herbs to use in the herbal infused honey to the mixing and infusing, everybody will enjoy it. There is a wide range of herbs that you can use for your project. From cinnamon to lemon balm or sage, and from rose to lavender and everything in-between, the choices are endless.
And, herbal infused honey makes a really nice gift especially during the holidays. Cinnamon chips make excellent holiday scented herbal infused honey and your friends and family will really love it. Just add a handmade label, a bow and some greenery or other Christmas decoration, and you’ve made a gift they’ll remember in the days to come.

So, all you need to make your herbal infused honey is some dried herbs and honey. You can use fresh herbs if you have them, but the directions differ a little bit for using them. The equipment needed is minimal, nothing fancy, just a saucepan, some jars with lids and a butter knife. The process is easy and your herbal infused honey is ready to use in two to four weeks. Then you can put it in your tea, or put it on waffles, toast, muffins, pancakes and more. You could even use it as a facial or to soothe a sore throat, especially if you use rose petals, thyme, or sage in it.

All the directions complete with pictures can be found at mamarosemary.com here…

How To Make Herbal Infused Honey


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