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www.leaf.tv/articles/how-to-make-hawthorne-berry-tea

Hawthorne (or hawthorn) berries are a traditional herbal remedy for a weak heart or high blood pressure. Because it may be necessary to take hawthorn for several weeks before substantial effects are seen, using a hawthorn infusion -- what many people call herbal tea -- can be a pleasant, convenient way of taking your medicine.

joybileefarm.com/hawthorn-syrup-heart-tonic

Add the hawthorn berries to a sanitized wide mouth quart jar. Pour the brandy over the berries, so that all the berries are covered with brandy. Infuse the hawthorn berries in the alcohol for 4 weeks. Check the alcohol level over the next 5 days and top up the jar with brandy to keep the berries submerged in the alcohol.

realselfsufficiency.com/how-to-make-hawthorn-tincture-with-or-without-alcohol

It’s surprisingly easy to make hawthorn tincture, with or without alcohol. Hawthorn is an amazingly powerful healing herb, chock-full of natural compounds. Hawthorn berries, flowers, leaves, and bark are all used to treat a variety of ailments, particularly those associated with the heart, digestion, mental health, skin complains, and more.

www.newlifeonahomestead.com/hawthorn-berry-tincture-recipe-heart-health

Here’s how easy it is to make your own Hawthorn Berry Tincture for Hearth Health… Ingredients ~ Whole Hawthorn Berries ~ 80 or 90 proof Brandy or Vodka ~ Amber tincture bottle. Instructions. Step 1. First, measure out four ounces of dried hawthorn berries. That’s about half of the (1/2 pound) bag, or 1 cup.

ouroneacrefarm.com/2013/11/03/hawthorn-berries-identify-harvest-make-extract

This is my first experience using hawthorn berries, and I am using them to make an extract, with the same process you would use to make vanilla extract. I hope to use hawthorn extract as a flavoring in cooking and baking. I filled a clean canning jar about 3/4 full with berries, covered them with 80 proof vodka, and capped the jar. I am not ...

wildcrafty.wordpress.com/2010/03/19/what-can-i-do-with-hawthorn-berries

A friend just emailed me this question: what can I do with hawthorn berries? (she’s surrounded by fruiting hawthorns), so here’s a list: 1. make a herbal vinegar, same process as this.Hawthorn berry vinegar is one of the tasty vinegars – tart and fruity.

omnivorescookbook.com/recipes/hawthorn-berry-jui

Hawthorn berry juice with fruit is a healthy treat in the winter. The juice is so rich, sweet, and fruity in flavor. The hawthorn berries are soft and tart. This combination makes a refreshing dessert after a heavy meal. Enjoying hawthorn berry desserts is an important winter pastime in northern China.

www.eatweeds.co.uk/hawthorn-jelly-recipe

Hawthorn Jelly Recipe Instructions. Step 1. Find a nice Hawthorn bush (Crataegus monogyna) laden with lovely red haws. Step 2. Pick 1.5lbs of hawthorn berries (haws). This will make 1 jar of hawthorn jelly, so obviously if you need more jars, pick more fruit. Make sure that you remove the stalks. A good way is to simply roll a clump of berries ...

monicawilde.com/how-to-make-hawthorn-berry-gin-or-tincture

October/November, after the first frost, is also the time to pick hawthorn berries. Hawthorn is relatively unused as a hedgerow berry being mainly used for hawthorn gin or hawthorn brandy. It can also be used to make a jam or jelly. Hawthorn gin is much nicer than sloe gin. It is not as sweet and syrupy, in fact it tastes more like a fortified ...

draxe.com/nutrition/hawthorn-berry

Hawthorn is often called “the heart herb” for its various cardio-protective abilities. Prized for its ability to uplift and strengthen the heart both emotionally and physically, the hawthorn berry has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for all kinds of serious heart concerns.