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Part 2: How to Make a Marshmallow Root Infusion (Cold Marshmallow Root Tea)


Preaching To The Choir

Published: 9 months ago

This is the 2nd part, which focuses on the processing, storage, and suggested dosing of marshmallow root cold infusion/tea. Alternately, use cheesecloth to strain/filter your final product. Watch Part 1 for instruction on how to make the infusion, as well as background info on the Marshmallow plant and medicinal use.


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