Using the double boil method, cooking herbs on the stove top is a simple process. Herbs need to soak overnight for best results.
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Preparing & Cooking Herbs
Herbs and herbal formulas come in a variety of forms but when in raw form, they need to be cooked into a tea. The good news is that there are several ways to cook Chinese herbs and each is relatively simple. Find instructions for how to cook herbs below – just choose one that works for you!
A slow cooker is a great way to cook your herbs without burning them. Perfect for creating a bigger batch at one time.
Herbs need to cook for 8-12 hours in the thermos so it’s a great idea to set this tea up the night before you want to enjoy it.
Make a 7-day supply all at once using an Instant Pot. Start by diving herbs into three cooking groups.
This modern method of taking Chinese herbs is convenient and doesn’t require any cooking.
Herbal encapsulation is available for all granules we carry, both single herbs and herbal formulas.