Kids Wild-crafting: Labrador tea

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Benefits Of Labrador Tea


If you want to nourish your skin from the inside out. Drink Labrador tea. It helps with skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis and you can also apply it directly on the affected area. This effect is thanks to the plant has astringent and antioxidant properties.

Labrador tea also helps reduce visible signs of aging. It has also been used for hundreds for years by First Nations to treat chapped sink, ulcers, burns, itches, dandruff. This tea reduces redness and inflammation and is rich in ursolic acid which promotes skin elasticity and collagen production.

Immune defense:

Labrador tea is also good for your overall health since it stimulates the immune system and ensure that the body has enough white blood cells to protect the body.

How to make Labrador Tea:



15-20 leaves of Labrador plant.

4 cups of purified water.


Step 1: Add the Labrador tea leaves to a pot with water.

Step 2: Bring the water to a boil (wait until the water changes to a light green/yellowish).

Step 3: Strain the water out. Don’t discard the tea leaves.

Step 4: Refill the pot with water and bring it back to a boil.

Step 5: The color of the water should become yellow.

Step 6: Strain into a teapot or cup.

Step 7. Enjoy!

We are taking it and will make a video-post to share how we did it 🙂

Watch the video here

Published by Dhyan Navjot Kaur

Mom of two. Homeschool mom. Master of Science, Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, Divemaster & English Teacher. Insects for Feed Entrepreneur. I love learning and teaching what I know. My teaching love has extended in the areas of Science, English (ESL Certified Teacher), Diving (Dive Master YMCA and PADI), and Kundalini Yoga. Kundalini yoga has been my source of inspiration, energy, and guidance. The yoga programs are put together by me, Dyan Navjot Kaur (Suzzette Tamez-Cruz), a veteran yogi with 23 years of experience. I have taught in Mexico, Sweden and Canada. Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher Level 1 [ROSS 2020EK21004416]. Working on Level 2 and 3. As a former Biologist, deep sea invertebrates and of course you need an oceanographic vessel to explore such depths. I had the honor to have worked with amazing people in the Atlantis II (WHOI, USA) and Justo Sierra (UNAM, Mexico). Back then, the Atlantis II was the home of the submersible “Alvin”, the same one that discovered the Titanic! Later in life, I went across the ocean, all the way to Sweden to obtain a master’s degree in Environmental Biotechnology. While I was there, I did a lot of cool experiments with mushrooms to decrease the cost of biogas production.

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