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Chamomile is a traditional medicinal herb native to western Europe, India, and western Asia. It has become abundant in the United States, where it has escaped cultivation to grow freely in pastures, cornfields, roadsides, and other sunny, well-drained area. These flavonoids are a type of nutrient present in many plants, and they play a significant role in chamomile's medicinal effects.
Use freshly boiled hot water. For maximum benefit leave tea bag in cup, gently squeeze to release any remaining extract. Enjoy this tea as warm as possible. Add honey or sweetener if needed.
Chamomile has been used by many cultures all over the world for centuries from folk lure to cures.*
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Consult a health care provider prior to use. Do not use if pregnant or nursing, when you have a medical condition, or if you are using prescription drugs. *These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.*
Often a hectic lifestyle of various tight schedules creates undue stress. Many people are reaching out to beneficial herbs and natural alternatives to feel better and more relaxed. Ashwagandha is a powerful medicinal herb and has been used for centuries by Ayurveda practitioners for helping relieve stress and faster recovery. Best to drink warm to uplift and feel good again.*
In our industrialized world, food is highly processed and many compromises are made which can lead to health problems. Overeating and not following strict diet guidelines can further aggravate the situation. At times this can result in poor elimination or stagnation in the system. This can result in an overload of the system. Proper and regular elimination is a natural process to rid the system of unwanted waste and toxins. This buildup can be harmful and may show up as different ailments. Cleansing is an ancient method of correcting an overloaded system. One way to cleanse is to drink plenty of fresh, clean water. Another is the use of herbs and spices.
Elderberries are rich in anthocyanidins that combine to give elderberry juice an intense blue-purple coloration that turns reddish on dilution with water. This tea is blended with Rosehips and Hibiscus to bring out a sweet-tart tase, rich color and a mellow Chamomile Flowery taste.
At times we overlook the importance of winding down before bedtime to relax and be ready for sleep. We may watch TV or movies, play virtual games, be on the computer or go out loud, bright events. As the Sun fades, our body clock automatically takes over and signals to our system that it is time to sleep. When this body rhythm is disturbed, out of balance, or over-stimulated, sleep becomes difficult. The body needs to relax and rejuvenate. Many cultures have developed herbal remedies precisely to relax and sleep.
Ginger root, the rhizome of the ginger plant is widely used as a spice and in folk medicine. It is native to Southeast Asia, where cuisine features this spice widley. Ginger root has been renowned for centuries in many parts of the world. It is prized for its medical, culinary and aromatic properties. The root of the ginger plant can be consumed fresh, powdered, dried as a spice, as a juice or in oil form. Historically Ginger has a long tradition of its many healing abilities, therapeutic properties and medicinal benefits.
Ginger is an aromatic, pungent and spicy rhizome. It has many natural medicinal qualities. Ginger Tea is a revitalizing beverage that can be consumed hot or chilled anytime. Ginger adds a special flavor and zest to most beverages and food.
Hibiscus is high in vitamin C and minerals. Hibiscus Flower tea is known by various names in many countries around the world and is served both hot and cold for its many healing abilities. Hibiscus is well known for its bright red color, tangy and unique tart fruity flavor.