Meadowsweet ghee

This is a lovely warming, pain-relieving rub, which goes on smoothly and smells of summer sweetness. To make the ghee, take a packet of butter and melt it in a small saucepan. Simmer for about 20 minutes, skim off and discard the foam on top, then slowly pour the clear golden liquid into a clean saucepan leaving behind the whitish residue at the bottom. Put 5 or 6 heads of meadowsweet flowers in the ghee and heat gently for about 10 minutes. Strain and pour into jars to set.

Meadowsweet tea

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Meadowsweet glycerite

• indigestion

• excess stomach acid

• hiatus hernia

• stomach ulcer

• rheumatism

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