We managed to get through most of the winter without a cold in sight, but then April happened. Sage and I are both feeling under the weather, though him more than me since I started tinctures earlier when he didn’t think he was getting sick.
Our days have been full of naps beside the fire, chicken soup, and copious mugs of hot toddies all day long. And tinctures, tinctures, tinctures.
If you’d like to know what we do to support our health during cold and flu season, I’ve posted a revised list over on the LüSa blog! You can find all of the juicy, tincture-y, brothy details here.
I’ve added a few things since I last shared it, including my recipe for a fever-taming tea, plus our favorite for cold season: pine needle decoction. Oh, how we love this simple (free!) remedy.