My Favorite Herbal Drink Recipes For Ultimate Health & Wellbeing

lavender lemonade

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Herbal drinks can play a miraculous role in helping us to lose weight, look younger and feel alltogether healthier and happier. These miracle beverages provide much needed vitamins and nutrients and are an excellent addition to your diet to sky-rocket your health.

This blog post plans to share two of the best herbal and natural drinks created by people with a passion for natural health. If you have your own herbal drink recipe then please share it with all RevitaliseYourHealth.com readers by leaving a comment at the end of this blog post.

SIDE NOTE: If you want to learn more about how to use herbs for your health and beauty, then pick up a copy of Herbal Recipes For Vibrant Health by Rosemary Gladstar.

Herbal Health Drink 1
Lavender Lemonade from ThymeWisper.org

I came across this lavender lemonade recipe a few days ago and instantly wanted to try it. I think it was the beautiful pink color that drew me to it – but the health benefits of lavender were also a major attraction.

Lavender has a huge array of health benefits. It helps to get rid of migraines, dizziness and digestive disorders. It promotes natural sleep and eases insomnia, and it can be used as an antiseptic and disinfectant to heal wounds.

One of the other major ingredients is lemon. I’m sure you are very aware of the power of lemons for boosting health – but this fruit is more than just a rich source of Vitamin C.

Lemons contain compounds called limonoids that have been identified to assist in fighting cancers of the mouth, skin, lung, breast, stomach and colon. Lemon is a powerful little fruit and you can get a great does from this lavender lemonade drink.

For this recipe you will need dried lavender buds which you can get here on Amazon, and you will also need organic raw blue agave nectar which you can buy from here. 

Click here to check out this Lavender Lemonade recipe from ThymeWisper.org

Are you a lavender lover? Learn more about lavender by picking up a copy of The Lavender Lover’s Handbook.

Herbal Health Drink 2
Dr. Fuhrman’s Green Longevity Drink

Dr. Joel Fuhrman is a best selling author of such books as Eat For Health: Lose Weight, Keep It Off, Look Younger, Live Longer.

Dr. Fuhrman takes a natural approach to health and wellbeing and has developed a drink recipe that he likes to call Dr. Fuhrman’s Green Longevity Drink.

It contains herbs, super fruits, vitamin packed vegetables and seeds and is a tasty way to get an antioxidant kick.

Click here to read the recipe for Dr. Fuhrman’s Green Longevity Drink.

In this blog post I’ve shared two recipes from other natural health bloggers. Do you have your own recipe? Or a favourite recipe that you’ve read online or in a book? If so, share it below by leaving a comment.

If you enjoyed this post, you’ll probably enjoy these from the archive, too…

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Comments

  1. I like your post and it’s really informative for us you provide us lots of info about the Drink recipes for Health thanks for sharing this useful Article keep it up!!!

  2. I’ll try this lavender lemonade but will use a raw honey/stevia blend instead of agave. Agave’s fructose profile just isn’t good for the body.
    One of my favorite health drinks is an all-fruit smoothie and we’ve got the explanation why it shouldn’t contain protein ingredients at this blog: http://skinofgold.com/vibrant-skin-and-smoothies

  3. They both sound yummy! I will have to try them out. :)

  4. Wow the lavender lemonade is beautiful. I would love it if you would stop by and share at Lines Across.
    http://linesacrossmyface.blogspot.com/2012/05/cure-for-common-monday-39.html
    I hope to see you soon,
    Rachel

  5. That lavender lemonade looks so pretty….and sounds yummy! It’ll be on my “to make” list this summer! :) Thanks for the recipe!

    xoxo laurie

  6. Pretty drink.

  7. Thanks for sharing these two herbal drinks! I would love to see more recipes and try them out!! I really haven’t made herbal drinks, but I love the different kinds of smoothies I’ve made.

    Thanks for linking up at Romance on a Dime!!

  8. Tasty AND beautiful! I’d love for you to add it on my link party at: http://printabelle.com/?p=3188 Thanks!

  9. Thanks for linking up to Wildcrafting Wednesday. Your link is one of this week’s featured posts – http://www.commonsensehome.com/lambs-quarters/

  10. Deitra Brunner says:

    I could stay on your site ALL day just clicking links and reading the articles! I am so waiting on my next income opportunity so that I can purchase some of this stuff; right now I’m saving everything interesting to me either on facebook, google or pinterest and am having a ball! LOL Thank you so much for so much info!
    Stay Blessed!

  11. Deitra Brunner says:

    I could stay on your website ALL day long just clicking and reading the links; and sometimes I have! I personally think you have the most informative and interesting website/blog that I have run across to date.
    I am so patiently waiting on my next income assignment from God so that I can purchase some of this stuff. Right now, I am saving my favorite posts to facebook, google and/or pinterest. Thank you so much for your wealth of information.

  12. My favorite smoothies now contain some kind of veggie (avocado, spinach, lettuce, cucumber), 1/2 a banana, either peaches or some mango chunks, a few berries, a couple tablespoons of Dannon Low Fat natural vanilla yogurt and some kind of liquid (well water, real milk or a little juice). Originally started with just fruit, but found by adding veggies, I am getting a much healthier smoothie and it tastes great! Growing your own organic veggies is also a bonus to add to a healthier living! Your body soon finds that it doesn’t like anything , but good natural food and you feel better!

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