Nasturtium Lavender Parsley Tea

Ah the snappy taste of nasturtiums – flowers, seed pods, which can be pickled, and leaves. It leaves a warm afterglow going down to the tummy. So good for you. Pair with the sweet aroma of lavender, and the digestive aide of parsley. I made a tea by steeping leaves and flowers of all three to stave off the sniffles from spring pollens, which are really thick around here right now. Nasturtiums (Botanical Name: Tropaeolum majus, origination is South America) contain a lot of vitamin C, and have antibiotic and antimicrobial properties, without harming the intestinal biome. They are known to help turn away colds, … Continue reading Nasturtium Lavender Parsley Tea