- Mix wet ingredients together in a bowl
- Add the dry ingredients and mix well until combined
- Scoop out small spoonfuls and form into balls or put into cute doggy cookie makers
- Bake for 25-30 minutes
- After they cool, I place my treats in a gallon size mason jar. Make SURE they are cool, if they are too moist they will mold quickly. I keep some in the freezer and take out enough for just a few days allowing them to thaw. The treats last months when frozen.
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10 Purchased Herbs needed for blends:Comfrey –Symphytum officinale (don’t use more than 14 days) This is a herb I only use if my horse is dealing with diarrhea, cough, bronchitis. But it has been a wonderful treatment for inflammation; arthritis wounds and bruises as well. This is an herb you need to be cautious of how much you give. I do use it in a blend so little is used. Just planted in 2018 in our “thyme out ” pasture. So easy to grow! Chamomile Flowers-matricaria chamomilla-theses little flowers are filled with medicinal purpose! High in phosphorus and calcium, they strengthen and regulate the parasympathetic nervous system. Chamomile is one of the gentlest sedatives, and it can be used in all cases of anxiety, sleep issues, and hyperactivity. In addition, it can treat allergic reactions both externally and internally. I have the essential oil as well. Again having the oil helps to treat something more quickly than the herb. Lemon Balm making this into a tea you will only want to use 1/8 cup. I like to use it in blends more than individually. This herb helps with those tummy issues. Peppermint (we had too much rain this year and our harvest didn’t make it) This is a herb that is often chosen first to treat colds and flu. It attacks and alleviates multiple symptoms at the same time. Wonderful for headaches for you and for horses it helps soothe muscles and congestion. This is one herb that I have as oil to easily apply to my horses and they love the smell. Essential Oil works faster into the body than dry herbs, one reason I keep this oil on hand. I use this herb often in tea blends as well. Coltsfoot Raspberry Leaf – (they adore this stuff plus the bunnies like it too) Rubus idaeus- The leaves of the common raspberry plant have been used for centuries as a strong female tonic. They can help strengthen and tone the uterus to aid infertility, pregnancy, and foaling. In additions to is strong uterine benefits, raspberry leaf is a good astringent herb and can be used effectively in anything “loose” like wet cough, bleeding gums, or diarrhea. Give about a ½ cup for anything containing these conditions. Fenugreek Seeds-Triganella foenum-graecum- My horses love this stuff! I add it to most blends just because the flavor will make them it up the blend. These little seeds help to strengthen the respiratory system, mucous membranes, and the sinus in case of upper respiratory infections. I will add about 2 tablespoons to my horses feed when any of the above issues arise and of course in my cough blend as well. This makes for a wonderful tea to pour over their feed. Those cold fall and winter mornings bring a little extra NAY! Rose Hip: Rose Hips are known to be a rich source of bioflavonoid, pectin, vitamin E, selenium, manganese, and B vitamins. It also contains trace amounts of magnesium, potassium, sulfur, and silicon. Recently Roe Hips have become a popular natural treatment for arthritis. It is a wonderful ingredient in blends to help with colds and flu-like symptoms for humans so they help the immune system in horses as well. This is a MUST have herb to keep on hand! Echinacea– This herb is one you need to keep on hand! It is full of medicinal purposes. Here is a link for you to read ALL the wonderful benefits! Corn silk –Zie mays- the stringy white by-product of corn is usually thrown away is a diuretic. It has long been used to treat chronic inflammation of the urinary tract and kidneys. Many use it as a tea to help bladder and kidney infections. WHO KNEW that instead of throwing your corn stalks silk away you keep it and dry it and make a tea! How AWESOME! A video for you YouTube Video of me feeding some herbs on a chilly afternoon. There are so many others, but these are foundational for most of my blend recipes. I give them individually too as needed and for our herb basket that our ministry uses to help folks who come to our ranch understand natural living. Any of these herbs can be made into a tea. Blend a couple or make individually. Yarrow and Rosehip we make often individually and put into their feed. Especially on cold winter mornings.
Our boys love TEA TIMETea Time: Purchase Here Use ½ Cup of dried yarrow flowers, stems are fine too placed in a tea strainer. Using a quart mason jar, POUR boiling water OVER herbs to the bottom of the rim of the jar. Let steep for an hour. Pour over horses feed and mix.
Relaxing Mint Blend:3 Cups Nettle 1 Cup Marshmallow 1 Cup Plantain 1 Cup Parsley (grow your own…easy peasy!) ½ Cup Calendula ½ Cup Peppermint ½ Cup Goldenseal Mix and place in a sealed bag and keep in a cool dark place. I don’t use glass jars around the ranch but found these bags work great!
Boosting the Immune System:This is a ranch favorite and MUST for our conditions in Minnesota! 2 Cups Nettle 2 Cups Meadowsweet 2 Cups Echinacea 1 Cup Goldenseal 1 Cup Marshmallow ½ Cup Comfrey (don’t use more than 10-14 days in a row) ½ Cup Coltsfoot ½ Cup Rose Hips ½ Cup Hibiscus Flower Mix and place in a sealed bag and leave in a cool, dark area.
BOO BOO Blend:2 Cups Plantain 2 Cups of Comfrey 2 Cups Marshmallow ½ Cup Chamomile Flowers ½ Cup Marjoram (essential oil is a wonderful oil to have on hand) ½ Cup Peppermint (essential oil, must have around the ranch) Mix the blend and place in bag. I also will make this into a tea and place wet herbs on wound wrapping it in a cloth. You can make a salve with this as well.
Colic Blend:2 Cups Lemon Balm 2 Cups Plantain 1 cup Parsley 1 cup Peppermint ½ cup Devils Claw (pain reliever and anti-inflammatory) Mix blend and keep in the sealed bag.
Cough Blend: ( We give this blend once a month for one week in their feed during allergy season to prevent coughs. Worked so far)4 Oz Dog Grass root 4 Oz Dandelion Leaf 2 Oz Elderberries 8 Oz Red Clover Flower 8 Oz Red Clover Leaf 2 Oz Licorice root 2 Oz Ginger Root Mix blend. Give 1-2 Oz day in feed. You can add warm water to it as well.
Elecampane ½-1 tsp 4 times a day for a wet or a dry cough
Comments…Love to hear if you tried this!Remember when you purchase from the links you help us do what we do here on our ranch. We put ALL proceeds towards our ministry. Thank you and enjoy! Love deeper, talk sweeter, Lee
- 1 cup carrot grated
- 1 apple grated
- 1/2 Cup Dried Herb of your choice (or two)
- 2 Tablespoons coconut oil
- 1/4 cup molasses
- 1 tsp. salt
- 1/4 Cup Flax Seed
- Favorite herb
- 1 cup rolled oats NOT QUICK
- 1 cup flour
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Lightly grease cookie sheet.
- In a large bowl, mix carrot, apple, coconut oil, and molasses together.
- Fold in salt, seed, herbs, oats, and flour until well mixed.
- Spread dough out in one big piece on the cookie sheet.
- Score dough with a knife to make it easier to break apart after baking. (Or, roll dough out and cut with cookie cutters)
- Bake for 20 minutes or until brown.
- Let cool.
- Tea Spray for Bugs:
- Mix together plants like garlic, rhubarb, mint, onions, cayenne, and ginger.
- Cut them up into large pieces and place them in a pot or saucepan.
- Cover them with water and boil.
- Turn off the heat and allow the “tea” to sit overnight.
- Strain the liquid away and pour it into an amber spray bottle.
- (I added about 1/4 cup of Castile soap to make it stick)
- Add about 15 or so drops of Peppermint essential oil to your spray.
- Create a caffeine mixture, if you are having a problem with aphids.(brown bugs)
- Mix 1 cup (240 ml) of yarrow, lavender and/or catnip with 2 tbs. (10 g) of used coffee grounds and 2 cups (473 ml) of water. Allow the mixture to sit overnight.
- Strain the liquid and pour into a spray bottle. Only keeps for a week or two.
- What is really awesome is the Yarrow and Lavender I can get right out of my herb garden! I just love that I have grown the herb myself! Yarrow grows all over our ranch naturally, so we have an abundant amount to use. That was of course before I knew what yarrow was.