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Thumbnail of Shavegrass/Horsetail | Organic
Equisetum arvense is the Latin botanical name for Shavegrass Herb. It is often commonly referred to as horsetail, bottle brush, equisetum or scouring rush. Shavegrass Herb contains silica, calcium and potassium. Equisetum arvense should not be used if you have renal or cardiac dysfunction.
Thumbnail of Slippery Elm | Organic
Warning: Slippery Elm should be taken with at least 8oz (250ml) of liquid.
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Mint has an amazing variety of colors, aspects and aromas. The basic odor is fresh, piquant and peppery, but can vary with each type of mint. All the varieties of mint belong to the same botanical family, Labiatae, and their lavender or rose-colored flowers blossom all summer long.
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Thumbnail of Stevia Leaf | Organic
Stevia leaf is most frequently used as a non-calorie sweetener. It is 200 times sweeter than white sugar!

Recommended not to be consumed pure, but rather in combination with other herbs or teas leaves. A pinch of Stevia will help even the most bitter medicine go down, or bring a pleasing sweetness to your favorite brew.

An ounce may sweeten 100 cups of tea.

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One of the most easily recognizable spices used in middle eastern cuisine, turmeric (Curcumas longa) has a slightly bitter, warm taste. A close relation to ginger, the turmeric shrub is primarily cultivated in southeast Asia and parts of Africa. It is often used as part of food seasonings for spicy curries and pungent mustards. Like other strong organic spices, turmeric is typically used in a ground form for culinary purposes.
Thumbnail of Uva Ursi Leaf | Organic
Thumbnail of Valerian Root | Organic
Thumbnail of Vana (Wild Forest) Tulsi | Organic
Fresh, mellow flavor this green leaf tulsi has a strong taste of cloves and earthy undertones.
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Chamomile grows throughout the world. The blossoms are the part of the plant used in brewing herbal tea.
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