How to Grow Stevia and Make Homemade Stevia Extract @ Common Sense Homesteading

How to Grow Stevia and Make Homemade Stevia Extract

How to Grow Stevia and Make Homemade Stevia Extract @ Common Sense Homesteading

Learning how to make stevia extract is easier than you think. It's possible to create your own sugar-free sweetener from a plant you can grow in your garden!

How to Make Stevia Extract

Learning how to make stevia extract is easier than you think. It's possible to create your own sugar-free sweetener from a plant you can grow in your garden!

Stevia--Grow and process your own sugar substitute.    A no-carb, no-calorie substitute - Lowers blood pressure - Stevia has been shown, in some studies, to lower blood pressure.    Lowers blood sugar  - Has antibacterial properties  - Aids in calcium formation    Easy to grow in containers!

Stevia--Grow and process your own sugar substitute. A no-carb, no-calorie substitute - Lowers blood pressure - Stevia has been shown, in some studies, to lower blood pressure. Lowers blood sugar - Has antibacterial properties - Aids in calcium formation Easy to grow in containers!

Green leaf stevia contains an abundance of nutrients, including vitamin C, beta-carotene, niacin, magnesium, phosphorus, selenium  iron. Compounds in the plant inhibits tooth decay causing bacteria in the mouth. The leaves can be used for the treatment of gingivitis. Its antibacterial properties can help keep the gums healthy by eliminating bacteria. The fresh or dried leaf retains the complete range of medicinal properties unlike its processed counterparts. #dherbs #healthtips

Green leaf stevia contains an abundance of nutrients, including vitamin C, beta-carotene, niacin, magnesium, phosphorus, selenium iron. Compounds in the plant inhibits tooth decay causing bacteria in the mouth. The leaves can be used for the treatment of gingivitis. Its antibacterial properties can help keep the gums healthy by eliminating bacteria. The fresh or dried leaf retains the complete range of medicinal properties unlike its processed counterparts. #dherbs #healthtips

How To Make Your Own Pure Stevia & Liquid Stevia. Includes a youtube

How To Make Your Own Pure Stevia & Liquid Stevia ~ Part 2

Make your own stevia syrup for pancakes with this easy recipe...take low carb to all new levels of delicious with no need for yucky fake sweeteners.

Stevia Syrup Recipe + NEW Trim Healthy Tuesdays Link Up

Make your own stevia syrup for pancakes with this easy recipe...take low carb to all new levels of delicious with no need for yucky fake sweeteners.

How to grow and harvest stevia.   Stevia is the hot, new sugar substitute as it doesn't affect blood sugar and it's not chemically produced. In fact, stevia is an herb you can grow in your own garden and then reap the rewards every fall. Here's how to grow and harvest stevia for use.  #afs collection

Stevia - the sweet herb. Here's how it grows

How to grow and harvest stevia. Stevia is the hot, new sugar substitute as it doesn't affect blood sugar and it's not chemically produced. In fact, stevia is an herb you can grow in your own garden and then reap the rewards every fall. Here's how to grow and harvest stevia for use. #afs collection

How to Grow Stevia for Sweeter Teas…fantastic article from growveg.com….

How to Grow Stevia for Sweeter Teas…fantastic article from growveg.com….

Lavender Lemonade - super refreshing and flavorful. Replace the sugar with stevia and we have a winner

Lavender Lemonade

Lavender Lemonade - super refreshing and flavorful. Replace the sugar with stevia and we have a winner

STEVIA SWEETENER. When plant is 12-18” harvest top 2/3 of plant. Place plant on dehydrator tray at 90 degrees. Check every 8 hrs til leaves are crisp (took 18 hours for mine). Pull off leaves. Grind leaves into powder w/ coffee grinder or food processor. 1 t raw stevia = 1 C regular sugar. Can be used in baking, but add 1/2 C unsweetened applesauce for missing bulk.   Make LIQUID STEVIA by adding 1 T raw stevia to 1 C water. Boil 10 min.  Filter leaves out using coffee filter. Keep…

STEVIA SWEETENER. When plant is 12-18” harvest top 2/3 of plant. Place plant on dehydrator tray at 90 degrees. Check every 8 hrs til leaves are crisp (took 18 hours for mine). Pull off leaves. Grind leaves into powder w/ coffee grinder or food processor. 1 t raw stevia = 1 C regular sugar. Can be used in baking, but add 1/2 C unsweetened applesauce for missing bulk. Make LIQUID STEVIA by adding 1 T raw stevia to 1 C water. Boil 10 min. Filter leaves out using coffee filter. Keep…

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