Jazz Up Your Water With Infused Herbs And Drink All The Benefits It Has To Offer!

We all know how important it is to consume water in our day-to-day life, but chugging gallons of water can be pretty tasteless and boring. I recently started infusing water with different herbs and it has changed the H20 game for the better! I found two AWESOME herbal infusions that I have to share with all of you.

The first infusion can be used for immune support and consist of ginger and elderberry.

  • Ginger: Reduces inflammation while working as a digestive aid and helps strengthen your immune system FullSizeRender-1
  • Elderberry: Used for antioxidant activity (You can purchase the actual berry or use a few drops of elderberry extract)

The second infusion is to help with sleep and consist of valerian root, passion fruit and lemon balm.

  • Valerian: Helps with falling and staying asleep and supports anxiety and pain relief (You can purchase valerian extract so you don’t have to stick a dirty root in your water!)
  • Passion fruit: Anxiety reliever and helps lower blood pressure
  • Lemon Balm: Calms the mind and encourages restful sleep

Infusing water is easy. All you have to do is place the herbs you are using in a pitcher. Add water to the pitcher and let the herb and water mixture sit for 2-4 hours. If you need to cut any ingredients, slice them thin. This will speed up the infusion process. The amount of herbs used depends on personal preference and water ratio. The more herbs, the stronger the infusion and the longer the water sits, the more infused with flavor it becomes. Add ice or refrigerate and enjoy!

Now you can stay hydrated while strengthening your immune system by day and sleeping peacefully by night!

Live Life Pure
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  • Janet Hori Reply

    OMG, I heard about your struggle and share it with you…. I have two grandson’s who are allergic to EVERYTHING!! They are now 5 and today Noa turns 3…. both allergic to peanuts, 5 year old: soy! (what asian kid is allergic to soy) eggs, Noa, dairy – I can’t remember and get it straight, I just know we can’t go out to eat at all, lately Pho. Noa had to go hospital by eating a Pear…. these two are constantly eating, they love their fruits and veggies, I know I can give them plain white rice. It is so difficult and soy is in everything !!! I am tired of trying to read the tiny lettering on the ingredient list and after much squinting, they can’t have it. I spent over 25 minutes at Fresh n Easy one time and only could buy ONE thing. It’s crazy, I told the Mom, she needs to write a book and recipes, she’s figuring it out, but it’s expensive, my son is supporting them all on one paycheck (they have an 11 year old boy as well). She makes her own cleaning supplies as well, they are allergic to dog and cat dander, grass (they love playing outside). It’s crazy! We know the older is allergic to bee’s and some moved into the garage, so I’m looking for that info as well…

    July 5, 2017 at 4:38 pm
  • Larisa Weimer Reply

    A friend of mine is in nutrition school and saw your testimony. She shared it with me tonight. I was blown away! Thank you for taking action and speaking up to help others. I am so very sick and every doctor I see thinks I’m crazy. I do know I have low cortisol and I believe, as does my naturopath, that I have adrenal fatigue. I’d vitamin D deficient, I’m sensitive to gluten. My DNA shows (from my naturopath) that I have a 50/50 chance of having celiac. I’m terrified of getting an endoscopy as I’m an anxious wreck and sensitive to everything. I’m scared too. I’m the sole supporter of a 10-year-old boy. I have no family and I run my own business that will crumble if I don’t heal. I’m ordering your books. I’ve been (primarily) sugar, gluten, dairy free for awhile but I need to delve further and learn more. One question ~ any chance of your online bakery happening soon?!

    October 15, 2017 at 11:57 pm
  • Denise Reply

    Jennifer, Thank you for this website. I will be buying your books. When I read your story, I cried because I have suffered the same life. I was so emotional to read your story because I felt like someone really understood. Thank you. Have you heard of the FODMAP diet?

    January 7, 2018 at 3:56 pm
  • Karen Reply

    Hi Jennifer
    I have had celiac for going on 6 years now . I also have hiatal hernia and diverticulosis, as well as systemic Lupus . I feel I manage these diseases, but still sometimes wonder if there is something I am eating that is irritating me, or something that makes me so tired some days. I am very strict with my diet (no gluten, limit dairy, no nuts for the diverticulosis) I have read your books and learned many things (never knew about the possibility of wheat starch in tea bags!). After reading about your struggle I feel “normal” in the sense that my occasional “brain fog” is probably from the celiac. I feel I need to be tested again for vitamin levels because sometimes I feel like I should feel better. I tried the pear cardamom muffins in your book..delicious. I used the gluten free all purpose flour that I have on hand (Namaste) so not sure if texture is what you get, but the taste was great. I too love to bake and the biggest issue with me when I was first diagnosed was how am I going to bake? I have come a ways since then, but not every recipe comes out as expected. I could really relate to what you said in your book about when you have a social occasion you dread it because of the food issue. People just don’t get it that you can’t just take the hamburger off the bun and eat it, or scrape the chicken skin off the chicken, or eat the fruit salad off a salad bar because who knows if the spoon touched the croutons! Any way, I enjoyed your books, and appreciate your words of wisdom, and sharing your story.

    February 3, 2018 at 7:07 pm
  • Sheppy Reply

    I absolutely love this site. I am currently reading your book and although i am sorry you had to endure such pain, I am grateful to read and understand my symptoms (although no where near as severe).
    I am also trying to create an account or at least sign in and cannot. Am I doing something wrong?

    April 3, 2018 at 10:32 am

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