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"JUST BREATHTAKING LOVELY" TEA 16 OZ.
INGREDIENTS: ORGANIC MULLEIN LEAF (Verbascum thapsus), ORGANIC ELDERBERRY (Sambucus nigra), ORGANIC EUCALYPTUS LEAF (Eucalyptus globulus), ORGANIC SAGE LEAF (Salvia officinalis), ORGANIC PEPPERMINT LEAF (Mentha xpiperita)
DIRECTIONS: POUR 1 CUP OF BOILED WATER OVER 1 TSP. TEA, COVER AND STEEP FOR 5-7 MINUTES, STRAIN, ENJOY UP TO 3 TIMES/DAY
SERVINGS: 16 OZ. JAR OF LOOSE LEAF TEA: 60 CUPS ( 1 teaspoon servings )
*All those who suffer from hepatitis or jaundice should stay away from the mullein because of its high content of coumarins.
MULLEIN-Its flowers and leaves are used for treating a wide range of respiratory ailments, such as chills and flu, tuberculosis, bronchitis, pneumonia, asthma, tonsillitis, and tracheitis. Mullein tea is said to have antiviral activity and may help fight certain viral infections. In one study, mullein extracts showed antiviral activity against influenza virus. The roots, leaves, and flowers of the mullein plant also possess sedative properties that help treat issues with sleep. Mullein tea’s anti-inflammatory properties may make it ideal to use it in treating joint pain. This herb may reduce inflammation. The antispasmodic effect of this herbal tea may help treat muscle spasms. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5010591/
ELDERBERRY- High in Nutrients, May Improve Cold and Flu Symptoms, High in Antioxidants, May Be Good for Heart Health Read more on healthline.com
PEPPERMINT: Indigestion, Irritable bowel syndrome, Skin conditions, Headaches and migraines, Colds and flu, Nausea and vomiting, Relieving chemotherapy-induced vomiting, Treating and healing chronic wounds medicalnewstoday.com
SAGE LEAF– Sage tea is purported to help with age-related cognitive decline, excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), heartburn, hot flashes, insomnia, sore throat. Sage tea may help reduce cholesterol levels, according to a small study published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences in 2009. Sage Tea: What Are the Benefits, Uses, and Side Effects? (verywellfit.com)