Shaker Medicinal Herb Garden

Patti Moreno the Garden Girl’s Shaker Medicinal Herb video, where she makes tea with herbs like Hyssop and Bee Balm. If you have questions check out and please Rate, comment and share my videos Distributed by Tubemogul.

21 Responses to “Shaker Medicinal Herb Garden”

  1. Zero54849 says:

    Great tips, herbs are definitely the natural healing tools!

  2. djtoddp says:

    great vid do you just use the freshly harvested leaves or do they get cured somehow?

  3. VyckyM says:

    Terrific, nice bright contemporary take, great quality.

  4. bluntblaz3r says:

    go to love those Medicinal Herbs 🙂

  5. GaurdDuck says:

    If you can’t find it; it is also called monarda.

  6. markhess says:

    Patti, excellent as always!! – Mark

  7. Chick6517 says:

    Wow, very interesting video you made. haha It seems like you got a lot of comments on it. (= good job on that! Make more

  8. sifu02120 says:

    Hey Patti, great piece and thanks for the info. Bee Balm hear I come! 🙂

  9. Alyzabeth01 says:

    Awesome:) You not only inspired me to make an herb garden, but now I am heading to my pottery wheel to have another go at making teapots.

  10. ninamichelle77 says:

    If shows like yours showed on the Green channel maybe that channel would be worth watching ;o)

  11. sb158 says:

    Great video. I knew about feverfew and Bee Balm, but not about hyssop. I like hyssop, the plant, just because of it’s aroma and flowers. Now I know what to do with it.

  12. HomesteadProvocateur says:

    Great stuff Patti! I’ve got feverfewer growing like wild in my yard! Bee Balm, Lemon Balm, Lemon Verbena, Valerian, Dong Quai, Chamomile, Peppermint, catnip, Calendula, Rosemary, I could go on and on. I love herbs for the diversity they provide us with. Looking forward to more videos!

  13. wgseagal says:

    nice i drink alot of tea lipton tea that is but it would be nice for a change too try some different teas

  14. ecogirltv says:

    mm I can smell it!

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  16. theloneduchess says:

    I’ve never tasted distilled water. Any benefits over filtered or spring water?

  17. mysticgeek1 says:

    Thanks Patti! Do you think it is best to make the teas with the fresh herbs versus drying them out? Is there any negatives in the quality if you dry them?

  18. cinnamonbrown1 says:

    Thanks for the incite. I’m going to come visit your gardens when I get back home. I’m from the same area. But now I’m a farmer in NY. Go figure, we almost went down the same path. 🙂

  19. NY5Quest says:

    Well done, Patti. I’m passionate about growing herbs, and I found this video very informative.

  20. catjr5465 says:

    cool great job i love learning about natures healers

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