Organic Herbal  Loose leaf Tea | Nectar Blend
Organic Herbal  Loose leaf Tea | Nectar Blend

Organic Herbal Loose leaf Tea | Nectar Blend

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"A flower has a short life span, yet it offers itself wholeheartedly to others. It offers its own nectar to the bees - and this brings happiness." -Amma

Herbal teas have been used for centuries to sooth the mind, spirit and body, and it is with great pleasure we introduce our organic loose leaf herbal tea. This particular homegrown tea is named Nectar Blend for its light and slightly sweet notes, balanced against herbal undertones.

Listing is for 1 ounce of tea, or approximately 16 – 20 servings

This organic tea features a combination of herbs that were wildcrafted locally and organically, and hand selected to aid in colds, assist in calming high blood pressure, help indigestion, and offer a touch of stress relief. The active ingredients in this blended tea include:

Tulsi

Anise Hyssop

Lemon Verbena

Stinging Nettle

Roselle Hibiscus

Blended together you are treated to a powerful tea that is surprisingly gentle and mild. Tulsi, also known as Holy Basil, is prized for its antioxidants and adatopgenic properties. Anise Hyssop, Lemon Verbena and Roselle Hibiscus are all known for their positive effects on the digestive track, and Stinging Nettle offers Vitamin C and Vitamin K.

Simply steep 1 tablespoon of loose leaf tea in 10 ounces of hot water for several minutes and then enjoy! You may also allow the tea to infuse overnight in cold water for an iced alternative.

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The FDA has not evaluated these statements. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any medical conditions. Please see your primary care physician for any medical concerns as these statements represent my opinion only and do not constitute medical advice.