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Herbaria Wild Crafted Herbal Tea - 25 Tea Bags

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Herbaria Wild Crafted Herbal Tea - 25 Tea Bags

Available in Stinging Nettle, Lemon Balm, Sage, Senna, Rose Mary, St John's Wort and Milk Thistle.

Lemon-balm (European Lemon-grass) is native to the Mediterranean region and Central Europe.

This herb has a pleasant, lemon-mint scent and makes an enjoyable herbal tea. It is used traditionally for migraines, toothaches and dizziness.

Lemon-Balm tea is both tasty and refreshing, offering a healthful way to perk yourself up!

It is also a good way to get back on track after a stressful day.

Stinging nettle is one of herbal medicines most valuable medicinal herbs. Every component of the nettle, including leaves, flowers, stems and roots has a medicinal properties.

It offers a rich source of minerals such as iron, calcium and silica. Nettle is one of the best blood cleansing and blood building herbs.

It is traditionally used for spring cleansing, often drank in up to three cups a day for two weeks in the springtime to cleanse the body after a compromised winter diet.

The Romans used to flail their rheumatic joints with nettles, which caused a warming and healing inflammation. It also has a robust history of use for allergies, anaemia, to lower blood sugar and to stimulate the kidneys.

Sage, with its characteristic grayish-green leaves and aromatic qualities, is native to Europe and the Mediterranean region and known throughout the world as both a culinary herb and for its long use in herbal medicine.

Traditionally, Sage has been used to help ease digestive ailments, including gas, diarrhea and bloating, and also reduce stomach pain due to stomach inflammation. It is also used in ailments of the mind, including depression, memory loss and Alzheimers disease.

Sage may also offer relief for woman suffering from painful menstruation and difficult menopausal transition.

Senna The Arabian physicians, who once imported materials through Alexandria, were among the first to record the use of Senna leaf as a medicine.

Senna provides the main ingredient of many herbal laxatives. It is excellent for short-term use in constipation. Combine senna with fennel to reduce griping.

Senna works most effectively when taken with plenty of fluids, while eating fiber rich foods, such as grains, fruits and vegetables.

Stop taking Senna as soon as your constipation clears up.

Rosemary is an aromatic herb found abundantly throughout the Mediterranean region, its native habitat. Used commonly in cooking, it also boasts a long history of use in herbal medicine.

Rosemary offers a rich source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory components, which may play an important role in the maintenance of good health. It has long been used to ease cases of indigestion. Furthermore, it may offer cognitive benefit – including improved memory, concentration and neurological protection against free radical damage. It is also known to promote eye health.

St John’s Wort is a perennial herb commonly found on sunny hillsides, fields and at the edges of woods and roads. When its yellow flowers are crushed in-hand, they leave a bright stain.

Traditionally, this herb has been used as a mild tranquilizer and as a treatment for insomnia and depression. Recent studies appear to validate its effect on anxiety and certain emotional disturbances.

The calming properties of St John’s Wort have been useful in treating bed-wetting. St John’s Wort tea has also been traditionally used for relieving premenstrual stress and irritability.

Milk Thistle is one of the most popular liver tonic herb in Europe. It grows in dry, rocky soils throughout southern and western Europe and in some parts of the United-States.

Its branched stem grows 1 to 3 feet high with dark green, shiny leaves. Large, solitary, purple flower heads covered in spines appear from June to August.

Milk Thistle contains a flavonoid called silymarin that helps fight free radical damage, and exerts a protective effect on the liver. The liver plays a critical role in maintaining good health. It also detoxifies poisons that enter our body, such as nicotine, alcohol and other pollutants.


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