Skullcap Herbal Tea
The two-lobed flowers resemble the military helmets worn by early European settlers, hence the herb's name. A hardy plant, it grows 1 to 4 feet (25 cm to 1 m) high, thriving in the woods and swamp lands of eastern North America. Scutellaria lateriflora. Not toxic in normal amounts, although overdoses of skullcap tincture may cause confusion, giddiness, stupor, and seizures. Due to its use in expelling afterbirth, it should not be used by pregnant women.
1 heaping Tsp or Bag per Cup, Fresh Water just short of Boiling, Steeping Time 5-7 min.