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Saw Palmetto Tea

Saw Palmetto Tea
Saw Palmetto Tea
$7.00

• Caffeine Free
• English Pillow Style Tea Bags That Are Oxygen Bleached, Not Chlorine Treated
• No Strings, No Staples
• Vegan

How It Works: 

A native of the coastal dunes of Florida and Texas, Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens) has been an important food source for the local Indian populations. Native Americans have long consumed the fruit of this tree, harvested honey from its flowers, and the fanlike branches of this palm also made serviceable brooms. The palm-heart or terminal bud of the Saw Palmetto makes an excellent salad or cooked vegetable. In addition, all parts of the plant are known for their health properties, some of which were borrowed by European settlers. A number of recent studies suggest that extracts of the plant may be beneficial in the management of specific health concerns.

Suggested Use: 

The best way to make a good cup of tea is by the infusion method. Place one tea bag in a cup and add no more than 6 oz. of boiling water. Let steep for 3 minutes. Press the bag before removing to enhance flavor. Add honey to sweeten.

Product Specs:
Size/Count: 24 Tea bags



Proudly manufactured in our NSF® GMP registered facility.

Alfalfa Leaf Tea

Alfalfa Leaf Tea
Alfalfa Leaf Tea
$6.29

• Caffeine Free
• English Pillow Style Tea Bags That Are Oxygen Bleached, Not Chlorine Treated
• No Strings, No Staples
• Vegan

How It Works: 

One of nature’s oldest legumes, Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) is known to be cultivated for over 2000 years. However, unlike most legumes, where only the seed is consumed, the entire Alfalfa plant (leaves, sprouts, and seeds) is eaten by man. The Arabs, centuries ago, used Alfalfa as feed for their horses and claimed it made the animals swift and strong. When they tried the herb themselves they became so convinced of its benefits to their health and strength that they named the plant “Al-Fac-Facah”, meaning “Father of All Foods”. The Spanish later changed the name to Alfalfa. The roots of the Alfalfa plant burrow deep into the earth to reach minerals that are inaccessible to most other plants. Alfalfa naturally contains a variety of nutrients and enzymes.

Suggested Use: 

The best way to make a good cup of tea is by the infusion method. Place one tea bag in a cup and add no more than 6 oz. of boiling water. Let steep for 3 minutes. Press the bag before removing to enhance flavor. Add honey to sweeten.

Product Specs:
Size/Count: 30 Tea bags



Proudly manufactured in our NSF® GMP registered facility.