DIY Children’s Herbal Digestive Pastilles

DIY Children's Herbal Digestive Pastilles

Pastilles are similar to lozenges but usually softer. The words pastille and electuary are often used interchangeably. Normally an electuary has 2-3 parts liquid to 1 part herb and is more often taken with a spoon, whereas a pastille is formed into chew-able soft balls and only has a small amount of liquid. The common liquids used in these remedies are honey and glycerin. Maple syrup can also be used for babies under 1 year old. Sometimes pureed fruit, tea, or water are added. Pastilles made with water will spoil quickly and should be used right away.

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About Tamra Speakman

Tamra is a holistic herbalist. She has over a decade of prior experience as a Licensed Vocational Nurse. Tamra owns, Shatul where she educates believers on using God's creation to obtain wellness and vitality. Shatul offers consultations, Deeply Rooted in the Word of God, in person, online, or via the phone for you and your entire family.

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  1. very informative and easy to follow with each step shown clearly.

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