Create Your Own Tea Blend & Pure Honey Sticks - Pick up to 6 herbs, 30-60 cups, Perfect Gift for Tea Lover
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****We source all our herbs from reputable, pesticide-free, organic, and wild-crafted suppliers frequently so you will enjoy the most amazingly fresh product.
Make your own herbal tea blend. All herbs are organic loose leaf tea. Your tea will come in an eco-friendly bag. You may pick up to 6 herbs. Please read below for a list of the herbs available and their benefits. Please consider that certain herbs are not pregnancy safe, consult your doctor before use.
Each bag equals 60 servings. This is the largest Tea Bag Option. I suggest using 1-2 teaspoons for each 8-10 oz cup. You can use a diffuser tea ball, Keurig, reusable tea bags, or boil loose in a pot & then strain.
Ginger Root- helps by normalizing immune system function. Ginger can both stimulate and suppress the activity of immune cells, pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory cytokines, and other biological molecules involved in the immune response.
Damiana- A common use of the damiana herb is managing symptoms of depression, anxiety, nervousness, lethargy, and insomnia. It is considered to be an adaptogen herb by some researchers since it can help build the body’s defenses against stress.
Lavender- Highly beneficial for sleep and anxiety, boost immune health, detoxifies the body, supports digestive health, aids respiratory health, hormone support
Jasmine Flowers- has been used as a natural treatment for depression, anxiety, and stress for thousands of years.
Red Raspberry Leaf- Prevents bleeding after birth, helps with pain during labor, supports healthy menstruation, soothes menstrual cramps, aids fertility, calms morning sickness, promotes milk production
St. Johns Wort- Stomach discomfort, including diarrhea and flatulence, Cramps, including those related to menstruation, Basic gynecological concerns, Skin irritation and skincare, Bladder infections, Open wounds or burns: Injuries heal faster and without scarring. Midwives used St. John’s Wort oil if a rupture of the perineum occurred during birth. Even third-degree burns healed many times faster than with other medicines (external and internal use), Lumbago, strains, contortions in the lower back, Astringent (contracting), and hemostatic (slows bleeding)
Rosebuds- Eases stress/anxiety, menstrual pain, immune system boost, helps with fluid retention, helps with constipation, can help with liver congestion
Rosemary- Stress/ anxiety, headaches, may help lower your blood sugar, may improve your mood and memory, may protect eye health, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
Mullein flowers- Soothes symptoms of cold/flu, cramps, ear infections, sedative effects, anti-inflammatory, allergies, asthma, and bronchitis
Spearmint Leaf- Soothes upset stomach, improves digestion, combats common cold/flu, may reduce fever, prevents nausea
Hibiscus- packed with antioxidants, regulates blood pressure, lowers cholesterol, combats depression/anxiety, induces sleep, fights flu, protects the liver, and may promote hair growth
Lemon Balm- a member of the mint family is a mild sedative calming herb. It has been used since back in the Middle Ages to reduce stress and anxiety, promote sleep, improve appetite, and ease pain and discomfort from indigestion.
Calendula- helps with GERD, acid reflux, IBD, helps with menstrual cramps, can reduce inflammation
Cinnamon- Cinnamon is used for gastrointestinal (GI) upset, diarrhea, and gas. It is also used for stimulating appetite; for infections caused by bacteria and parasitic worms; and for menstrual cramps, the common cold, and the flu (influenza).
Burdock Root- People take burdock to increase urine flow, kill germs, reduce fever, and “purify” their blood. It is also used to treat colds, cancer, anorexia nervosa, gastrointestinal (GI) complaints, joint pain (rheumatism), gout, bladder infections, complications of syphilis, and skin conditions including acne and psoriasis.
Dandelion Root- In traditional Chinese and Native American medicine, dandelion root has long been used to treat stomach and liver conditions. Herbalists today believe that it can aid in the treatment of many ailments, including acne, eczema, high cholesterol, heartburn, gastrointestinal disorders, diabetes, and even cancer.
Rosehips- Diuretic and laxative, Treats skin ailments, Aids immune system, Antioxidants, Anti-inflammatory properties
English Breakfast Tea- enhances libido for both woman and men and a great source of energy
Catnip- treating skin conditions, curing hair conditions like dandruff and irritated scalp, easing cramps and fever, relieving stomach and abdomen problems, reducing mood swings and menstrual pains, relieving stress, and aiding sleep. Other benefits include supporting the kidney, aiding weight loss, supporting the healing process, and providing the body with vital nutrients.
Ginkgo Leaf- Supporting cognitive/brain activity, such as by improving memory and focus, Increasing vascular dilation, blood flow, and the health of blood vessels, Supporting immune function due to its detoxifying mechanisms and immune function, Promoting recovery from strokes, Reducing common mood disorders such as anxiety and depression, plus those caused by PMS, Treating headaches and migraines, Improving libido and sleep quality.
Valerian- sedative, anxiety, OCD, digestive problems, headaches, reduce blood pressure, menstrual cramps, and hyperactivity and focus on children
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