8 Garden plants that can be infused in vinegar

by Renee Lindstrom, GCFP – Living in Natures Love Lifestyles @insideawareness.com

Garden vinegar’s

Infused Vinegar’s

Infused Vinegar’s can be used in recipes or as tinctures

One way to integrate the nutrients of one’s garden herbs, flowers, leaves and roots is by creating vinegar’s that can be used on salads and dishes as flavouring.  By thinking outside the box one can create flavours  to enjoy while adding natural anti-viral, anti- inflammatory and anti-bacterial qualities to their dishes.  Here are some of the garden plants that I have used to infuse with vinegar:

  1. Bamboo  – longevity, rejuvenation, anti – aging, anti-inflammatory,   antioxidant, immune booster,  thyroid health, hair, nails, skin, gums & teeth
  2. Basil –  stress, energy, arthritis, heart tonic, cough & colds
  3. Dandelion  –  PMS,  depression, fatigue, digestive aid, natural diuretic, blood cleanser, detoxify, tinnitus, tonsillitis, pneumonia, bronchitis, osteoporosis, abscesses, heart health, mammary tumors, warts
  4. English Daisy
  5. Lavender –  sleep aid, stress release, migraine, energizes
  6. Lilac – worms, malaria, fever
  7. Oregon Grape – colds, flu, blood purifier,  jaundice, hepatitis, eczema, acne, herpes, & psoriasis, natural anti-biotic qualities, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal & antibacterial –
  8. Rosemary Flower – antioxidant & anti-inflammatory
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More on how to infuse your own garden vinegar

Lilac Wine Vinegar Made Easy


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Traditional uses and properties of herbs are for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Every attempt has been made for accuracy, but none is guaranteed. Any serious health concerns or if you are pregnant, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.

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