Homemade Astragalus Bone Broth


Consuming homemade bone broth is one of the best things you can do for your digestion and immune system.  If made correctly, bone broth is full of vitamins and minerals that are essential to good health.  It contains collagen that strengthens bones, tendons, joints, ligaments and skin.  It helps to heal the lining of the gut and relieves heartburn and other intestinal inflammation problems.

Bone broth basically consists of bones, water, and apple cider vinegar.  You can use any combination of chicken, venison, lamb, beef or fish bones.  The bones can be neck, leg, knuckles, hooves, antlers or spine bones.  Adding apple cider vinegar helps to pull the calcium and nutrition from the bones.
While water and bones are the basic necessities for homemade broth, adding astragalus root to the bone broth greatly enhances the nutritional value.  Astragalus is most known for being exceptionally effective for a healthy immune system.  If you frequently find yourself with a cold or sickness of some sort, this herb is just the thing to effectively stimulate the immune system and keep sickness at bay.  Astragalus also has an anti-tumor agent, protects the liver from toxins, and gives an overall boost of energy.
Visit the Bulk Herb Store for instructions on making astragalus bone broth!

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  1. says

    Great Idea! I just bought some Astragalus root from BHS and was wondering how to incorporate it this fall! How much astragalus would you add per quart of broth… and do you add it the same time you start the broth or later… thanks!

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