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Monday, July 10, 2006

How to Make Herbal Ice Pops for Kids

Many kids don’t like the taste of tea, especially a strong one used as a remedy for treating illness. Turning the tea into ice pops is a great way to make it more enjoyable for children.

Prepare the desired hot tea infusion, making it twice as strong as you ordinarily would. (Use the same amount of water, but double the amount of herbs.) Strain the tea and add to equal amount of juice. Stir to combine the juice and tea, then pour into Popsicle molds and freeze.

Administer ice pops as you would tea, as recommended for remedy.

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