4 Easy Steps to Brew: 1. Soak 2. Squeeze 3. Stir 4. Serve!
Soak – leave tea bag in water for 8-18 hours. Use an aerator, if you’d like. NOTE: If using city water, let water sit for several hours to allow chlorine to gas off.
Squeeze – squeeze the tea bag to get all of the humic acid and other goodness out. Dunk, squeeze. Dunk, squeeze again. Repeat. Again. And again.
Stir – stirring adds oxygen, which is essential to enliven the previously dormant microbes. Stir in a vortex, then change directions. Then repeat. If you pay close attention, you will see the vortex structure begin to change as the water is enlivened!
Serve– apply to plants, trees, etc. using a sprayer. Make sure to spray the undersides of the leaves as well. You can also achieve tremendous results using compost tea as a root drench, water it into your soil, apply to newly-mixed soils before planting to feed the microbes, apply a batch to your backyard compost heap as a stimulant and inoculant. **Be sure to use within 24 hours after brewing is complete.**