Herbal Remedies & Recipes
The goldenrod is native to Europe and the Asia mainland. The herb tends to grow in open areas and along hillsides and mountain ranges. Medicinal uses traditionally have ranged from anti-inflammatory to diuretic uses. All aerial parts of the plant can be used. Flowers and leaves (fresh or dried) are used to make tea.
Goldenrod Recipe Card
Available as a single folded card.
Front of card: Short Description & Recipes
Back of card: Internal and External Applications
Card (comes in a clear cello sleeve)
4 x 6
heavy card stock
Single Folded Card
blank on the inside
Disclaimer: Not Healthcare Advice
2 cups boiling water
1 Tablespoon of fresh goldenrod or 2-3 teaspoons of dried
1 Tablespoon of mint or 2-3 teaspoons of dried