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Friday, March 27, 2015

On Making Homemade Aspirin

Did you know that aspirin originally came from the bark of the white willow tree? Originally, the bark was steeped in hot water and made into a tea. We can still make this original form of aspirin today.

  Who wants to buy a product that says it's intended on helping us, when it has gone through a factory and has other ingredients added to it for various reasons? It is probably worth it to learn how to make one's own aspirin.

You can get a little teapot similar to this one at Tea Beyond PINK Glass Teapot Butterfly 710ml 24 Oz Non Drip with Infuser

 Here is the first step: Taking the white willow bark and placing 2 teaspoons into the little glass tea pot.

You can also get white willow bark at White Willow Bark Cut & Sifted Organic - 1 lb,(Frontier)

Step 2: Add 1 cup very hot water to tea pot.

Step 3: Let hot water steep for a couple of minutes.

Step 4: Pour steeped tea into a cup.

I have even added liquid stevia to the tea. Yummmmm....