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Herbal Tea

We offer a few specialty teas, mainly the two for lymphatic cleansing and stimulation, but also chaparral, gingko, and yarrow. We will soon be adding a tulsi tea.

Boldo Leaf Tea

Boldo Leaf Tea, 5 oz.

Peumus boldo comes from the Chilean Andes and has a marvelous minty aroma. It is a stomachic and digestive aid, particularly beneficial for people with a tendency towards gall stone formation, especially when such conditions give rise to pain. It is also useful for genito-urinary inflammations.

Contents: wildcrafted Peumus boldo leaf.

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Chaparral Tea, 5 oz.

The active ingredients found in the leaves of chaparral can be made into a warm tea for internal use or sun tea for topical applications. Use about 7-8 grams (quarter of an ounce) of bulk tea to a quart of water. If taking internally, drink at least three cups a day. At this strength, one pouch of tea will last about three to four weeks. Long-term use is not recommended.

Contents: wildcrafted Larrea tridentata leaf.

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Cleavers Tea, 5 oz.

This tea is pH balancing and stimulating to both the lymphatic and digestive systems. It is carminative and helps to reduce the gases in the gastrointestinal tract that cause bloating and distention. The herbs are aromatic because of their essential oils. My tea has orange peels, ginger, galangal, green cardamom, and star anise. This is a sort of "lymph chai."

Contents: organic cleavers herb, organic sarsaparilla root, organic ginger root, organic licorice root, organic star anise, organic galangal root, organic cardamom, organic orange peel, organic black pepper, and organic cloves.

Australia: not eligible for shipment due to orange peels in the tea.

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Ginkgo Tea, 5 oz.

Ginkgo is believed to be the oldest tree on the Planet. The tea made with the leaves has been used for centuries to improve circulation to the brain. The leaf is regarded as a tonic for improving memory and concentration. The leaf tea has been approved in Germany for relieving symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and improving reaction time. Many report systemic improvements in circulation and less ringing in the ears.

Contents: organic Ginkgo biloba leaf.

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Hibiscus Tea, 5 oz.

Hibiscus tea is consumed in many cultures around the world. It has a tart taste because of the natural organic acids. As a therapeutic tea, it is often consumed by people with type 2 diabetes and hypertension. The tea is made with intensely colored hibiscus flowers, and our tea is blended with rose hips, a rich source of vitamin C, carotenoids, beta-carotene, and lycopene. Our ingredients are totally organic and the tea can be made as a sun tea or infusion. It can be served hot or cold. It is somewhat diuretic so those with a concern about fluid loss should experiment with smaller doses before reaching the more therapeutic dose of three cups per day.

Contents: Organic Hibiscus sabdariffa flower and organic Rosa canina fruit.

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Jatobá Jungle Chai

Jatobá Jungle Chai, 4.8 oz

Contents: Amazon Sustainable Harvest Qat tea, jatoba, Solcanaâ„¢ dried cane juice, cinnamon bark, orange peel, cloves, allspice, fennel seed, cardamom, and licorice root.

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Violet Tea, 5 oz.

This is basically the same as the Cleavers Tea except that violets have been substituted for sarsaparilla. It is a lymphatic stimulant and digestive aid, very tasty. Instructions are on the back of the foil pouch.

Contents: organic cleavers herb, organic blue violet herb, organic ginger root, organic licorice root, organic star anise, organic galangal root, organic cardamom, organic orange peel, organic black pepper, and organic cloves.

Australia: not eligible for shipment due to orange peels in the tea.

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Yarrow Tea

Yarrow Tea, 5 oz.

Yarrow was used by Hildegard of Bingen to prevent metastases. Medical doctors in Europe who practice "Hildegard Medicine" also give yarrow before patients are exposed to radiation, whether used for diagnostic or treatment purposes. It can be consumed as a tea, added to wine, or used in a sitz bath.

Yarrow Yarrow, 14 pages

Contents: organic Achillea millefolium flowers.

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Bioethika International
Poulsbo, Washington

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