Forrest Green Farm

Daily Wellness Tea


Introducing FGF's Bestselling Tea! Don't miss out on the perfect addition to your Daily Wellness routine. It's like having nature's multivitamin in a cup! This tea is specially formulated with nutrient-dense herbs that are meant for daily consumption. These herbs are packed with high levels of vitamins, minerals, and other safe compounds that your body needs for optimal function. They nourish your body and help bring it into balance, which means you'll have more energy, better brain function, and a stronger immune system. With FGF's Bestselling Tea, wellness has never been simpler!

Comes in a regular size or a large bag. The large bag is a 35 day supply if using it to make daily Nourishing Herbal Infusions. 

Taste Profile: rich, earthy, tangy, green, sweet, mild

Ingredients: nettle, raspberry, oatstraw, red clover, horsetail 

Tea Formula

Nettle (Urtica dioica)

This is a beneficial herb that is rich in vitamins and can aid in various health issues. It can help with seasonal allergies, regulate blood sugar levels, boost the immune system, alleviate joint pain and arthritis, balance hormones, improve adrenal function, and address kidney and spleen deficiencies.

Raspberry (Rubus spp.)

Raspberry leaf is an incredibly nutritious herb! It's packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Which makes it a great addition to any diet. Interestingly, it's also known as a hormone balancer, bone builder, and reproductive tonic for both men and women. It is a great herb to incorporate into your daily routine.

Oatstraw (Avena sativa)

Oats might be helpful for someone experiencing chronic stress, burnout, mental exhaustion, and adrenal fatigue. It contains a lot of magnesium. This nutrient is known to be helpful in reducing stress and promoting relaxation. Additionally, this herb may also help improve the appearance of dry skin, nails, and hair.

Red Clover (Trifolium pratense)

Red Clover is not just a nutritive tonic but also a blood purifier. It's great for balancing hormones and keeping the lymph moving. Stagnant lymph can cause many issues, so it's essential to keep it flowing. It's been known to help with acne, psoriasis, and eczema because of its lymph-moving qualities. For those going through menopause, it can even help with hot flashes. It's a must-try for anyone looking to improve their overall health.

Horsetail (Equisetum spp.)

This herb is an excellent source of silica and other minerals. It's amazing how it can help strengthen hair, teeth, bones, and blood vessels. Moreover, it supports the growth of new connective tissue, which is essential for providing strength and flexibility. It can help heal wounds and lower inflammation.

Nourishing Herbal Infusions

Nourishing Herbal Infusions are made with nutritive herbs. Nutritive herbs contain vitamins, minerals, and other compounds your body needs for optimal function. Nutritive herbs nourish your body and help bring your body into balance. When your body is balanced, you have more energy, brain functioning, and a robust immune system.
When people hear or think about herbs, they often think about using culinary herbs to flavor and spice their foods or using the herbs medicinally as a replacement for modern medicines. These practices, the culinary and medicinal use of herbs, are becoming more widely accepted in mainstream society, and each has entire professional disciplines dedicated to them.

One area that needs to be considered in learning about herbs is using specific herbs for their nutritional value. In our own experience and opinion, this is the ideal starting place when introducing herbs into your life. The idea of food as medicine is not a new concept. Hippocrates said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” When we are adequately nourished, our bodies function at their best and are balanced; thus, we experience less illness and disease. 

Our families, friends, and customers have shown that many health problems can be fixed by adding nourishing herbs to the diet alone. Nutritive herbs provide “all the good stuff,” such as protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, and minerals necessary for general nutrition and health. These nutritive herbs provide the body with a source of easily assimilated nutrients to make us feel stronger, more energetic and help prevent diseases. Nutritive herbs and quality foods can easily be added to any diet rather than pills common in modern medicine. Processed vitamin/supplement pills only contain a simplified version of complex substances (vitamins and minerals) that nature offers in the nutritive herbs. 

Nourishing Herbal Infusions (NHI) are more potent than regular steeped herbal teas. They are made from nutrient-dense herbs that are always dried and steeped for an extended period, usually at least four hours. The NHIs also use a large quantity of dried plant material to give us a vitamin and mineral-packed drink.

Krista RahmOn the Origins of Daily Wellness Tea

"When my children were young, I heard about Nourishing Herbal Infusions from a class I took with Susun Weed. It was a great answer for my family to easily add more nutrition to our diets inexpensively through a simple herbal drink. Not long after, I discovered a book called Nutritional Herbology by Mark Pedersen that opened my eyes to the nutritional value of certain vitamin and mineral-accumulating plants. I also became aware that many of these plants were wild “weeds” growing right outside my door and were free or could be easily cultivated in my garden. I made immediate changes by adding these nutrient-dense herbs into our daily routine through nourishing long, steeped teas (Nourishing Herbal Infusions). We saw almost immediate changes in our family’s health and energy levels. The Forrest Green Farm Daily Wellness Tea is the formula we made for Nourishing Herbal Infusions."

More Info

For a Tea:

Pour one cup boiling water over 2 tbsp. of herb tea mix. Let steep for 10 minutes, strain and enjoy.

How to Make a Nourishing Herbal Infusion:

1. Place four tablespoons (or one tablespoon for every cup) of dried plant material in a canning jar or French Press.

2. Pour one quart (4 cups) of boiling water over the herbs and cap with a canning jar lid or use a French press.

3. Let this steep for 4 hours or overnight. If you prepare your infusion before bedtime, your NHI will be ready in the morning. 

4. After steeping, strain out the herbs and drink throughout the day. Ideally, an adult would drink one quart (4 cups) of NHI daily. Children aged ten and under would drink up to 2 cups a day.

5. NHIs have a short shelf life (due to the high protein content) and should be used within 48 hours of straining them. Refrigerate when not drinking to obtain the freshest quality.