Inhale Joy Herbal Salad Dressing Mix
Life is often hectic and stressful.
Everyone needs a special place
Where they can step back from life’s daily chaos
And inhale joy.
Organic Ingredients with Botanical Names
Ingredients: Organic Raspberry Leaf Powder (Rubus idaeus), Organic Oregano Leaf (Origanum vulgare), Organic Thyme (Thymus vulgaris), Organic Marshmallow Root Powder (Althaea officinalis), and Organic Garlic Powder (Allium sativum)
One tin contains enough of my delicious herbal salad dressing mix to create five 8 oz bottles of salad dressing.
Net Weight: 0.75 oz. / 21 g
In addition to making fresh salad dressing, use this herbal blend to flavor soups, stews, rice dishes, etc. Be creative in the kitchen!
About Inhale Joy Salad Dressing Mix Ingredients
I’d like you to know a little about the ingredients in my Inhale Joy herbal blend. If any of these ingredients are unfamiliar, I want to help you learn a bit about what you’re purchasing.
Raspberry leaf comes from the same plant that delicious raspberries are harvested from. This plant’s leaves taste similar to black tea with a hint of raspberry. It’s native to North America and other parts of the world.
Oregano is a member of the mint family and native to the Mediterranean region. It is a commonly used culinary herb. The word oregano originates from the Greek word for “mountain of joy.”
Thyme is a woody aromatic herb with tiny leaves. It is in the mint family and often used in French and Mediterranean dishes. It is one of the ingredients in the French herbs de Provence blend.
Marshmallow plants grow 4 to 5 feet tall with soft velvety leaves. It produces large white to light pink flowers with dark pink centers during the months between July and September. The marshmallow treat popular today was created in France around 1850. Marshmallows manufactured today no longer contain marshmallow root.
Garlic is in the Allium family of plants. It is the most popular plant used for seasoning in numerous cultures around the globe. Research shows that garlic has been grown as a crop for harvest for over 5,000 years.
Consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or taking any medications. This product is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease.