summer and sun captured

…start collecting wild herbs in early spring and in the end of the summer you have a wonderful tea that keeps you happy all winter.
Some of the herbs are medicinal and should not be drunk by itself under a longer period, but this great mixture you can drink as a daily tea.

The herbs I used here are flowers of Hypericum perforatum, Primula officinalis, Viola tricolor, Tilia cordata, Filipendula ulmaria, Tussilago farfara, Thymus, Pulmonaria obscura, Alchemilla vulgaris, Bellis perennis, petals of any Rosa, Calendula officinalis and leaves of Melissa officinalis, Mentha, Urtica dioica and Galium odoratum.

Both healthy, tasty and beautiful to look at. We will have it down at the tincastle for our guests to try.

Right now Håkan and Tula are taking in hay from the meadows. Perfect drying weather: blue sky and a strong wind…

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