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Moon Tea - Cold Infusion by the Light of the Moon

Barbi Gardiner
Moon tea is similar to “sun tea” where you leave your jar of herbs in the sun for a few hours except that for this cold infusion, you’ll be leaving your “tea” in the light of a full moon. I love to use this as a full moon ritual to bring sacred feminine energy to the tea.
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Prep Time 5 mins
Servings 4 Glasses


  • large muslin pouch to tie up herbs
  • glass pitcher or mason jar


  • Lemon balm
  • Motherwort
  • Blessed thistle
  • Cramp bark
  • Mint
  • Lemon Balm


  • Fill a large glass container or mason jar with 32 oz. water.
  • Add 1 oz. of herbs tied in a muslin bag & hung so it floats in the water at the top of your jar.
  • Set the water-filled container outdoors in the evening in a place that will receive the glow from the moon.
  • Enjoy your slumber while the moon shines.
  • Retrieve your jar the next day before the sun gets too high in the sky.
  • Bring you jar indoors to keep it cool and fresh.
  • Sip your cooling Moon Tea throughout the day.
  • If you are making a full moon blend you may want to savour it over several days.
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