Many have come to realize the benefits that come from buying medicinal tea instead of capsules and tablets. They are readily absorbed by the body and directly into the blood stream without any unnatural interactions like with capsules. There are various medicinal teas that you can purchase to deal with various ailments and illnesses. Today, you can buy invigorating medicinal teas from the Tea supply that are not only healthy but they have good rich flavors as well so that you can enjoy drinking them. Some of the highly demanded teas available include Medicinal Bigelow Tea, Medicinal Good Earth Tea and Medicinal Yogi Tea.
Personality : balanced, protective and helpful. Herbal power : promotes healthy liver function. Reason to love : based on a combination of herbs inspired by traditional chinese medicine, our herbalists blended roasted dandelion and chicory roots bitter and earthy and used to stimulate your liver's natural detoxification processes with schisandra berries, whose use was first documented 5,000 years ago. Called five flavor berry in chinese, schisandra is unique in that it has all five tastes sweet, sour, salty, bitter and pungent (or warmly spicy). A delightfully, complex-tasting tea, we love it because it gives the liver the love it deserves. Taste a complex blend of all five tastes sweet, sour, bitter, pungent and salty, plus roasted. The statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Personality: Smooth and silky. Herbal Power: Helps you sing it loud, say it proud, stand up and be heard. Reason to Love: Slippery elm or Ulmus rubra (Latin for "red elm," so called for its lovely reddish bark) is a beautiful, native North American elm tree. It’s the inner bark of this tree that is actually called "slippery elm" due to its, yes, slippery, smooth, and slimy-in-a-good-way properties. Combined with licorice and marshmallow root, we think this tea blend is like taking your voice to the spa--because we all need a little comfort sometimes so we can get back to being our best. Taste: Sweet and earthy, silky, with a distinct licorice taste. The statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Personality: Spicy and soothing. Herbal Power: Gets the digestive juices flowing, relieves indigestion and prevents nausea associated with motion. Reason to Love: If you’re a fan of the spice, or just dig ginger’s digestive soothing properties,* you’re going to love this spicy herbal blend. With plenty of hot and pungent ginger, as well as a blend of mellow blackberry and lemon myrtle, this tea is great to drink before meals to warm up your digestive system. It’s also good after dinner to promote healthy digestion*—especially if you’ve overindulged. Taste: Characteristically pungent and spicy ginger, sweet and slightly lemony. *The statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Pau d'Arco has been used by shaman in Brazil for at least a thousand years. Its use gradually spread to other parts of South America and beyond. Kallawaya tribal healers of Bolivia and Brazil call this bark tea tajibo. In Peru a tea made from the inner bark, known as tarota, is used by tribal healers of the Asháninka, campas and Inca tribes. Pau d'Arco tea is also used traditionally by the Huastec Mayan people of Mexico. Modern researchers have largely focused on isolated constituents of Pau d'Arco, particularly its naphthoquinones including lapachol and anthraquinones including tabebuin, though the combined action of all of its constituents in simple dosage forms like hot tea have proven superior to the actions of any isolated chemicals.
Personality: Wise and lively, a breath of fresh air. Herbal Power: Gently shakes things up and helps you Breathe Easy. Reason to Love: One of our original formulas, Breathe Easy tea has been supporting people for nearly four decades. This enduring classic combines the best of Western herbalism with ancient Traditional Chinese wisdom resulting in a unique blend that warms and engages the senses. Eucalyptus, fennel and licorice are combined with Bi Yan Pian extract, a traditional Chinese formula of 12 different herbs. We love this aromatic and fragrant blend that soothes with its warm and spicy taste. Taste: Balanced bittersweet, with hints of aromatic citrus. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Organic Nighty Night® Valerian is for the relief of occasional sleeplessness. The use of herbal teas that combine valerian, passionflower, and lemon balm for occasional sleeplessness is supported by traditional use evidence. Organic Nighty Night® Valerian is pleasantly spicy, mildly sweet, and somewhat bitter.
Personality: Confident and empowering, a relief to be around. Herbal Power: Relieves occasional constipation, generally produces a bowel movement within 6-12 hours. Reason to Love: Just about everyone experiences constipation occasionally-- uncomfortable, embarrassing and a real damper on life. For gentle, overnight relief, we love our senna-based herbal tea.Used for thousands of years to get your "movement" moving again, senna works by gently stimulating your intestines and aiding your body’s natural elimination process.Traditionally combined with fennel, coriander and ginger to reduce the potential for unpleasant feelings like cramping, Smooth Move is best taken at bedtime. Sip and sleep easy knowing you’ll be right as rain in the morning. Taste: Sweet and slightly bitter, with citrus-orange and spice notes. The statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Personality : light and airy. Herbal power : relieves temporary water weight gain. Reason to love : retaining water can make you feel heavy, swollen and waterlogged. Probably the last thing on your mind is to drink tea or add more water to the situation. But actually, this tea contains diuretic herbs which have traditionally been combined to help your body eliminate excess water and return you to a more comfortable condition. A blend of fennel, parsley, red clover, uva ursi, cleavers and chicory, as well as cranberry and hibiscus, we love the tart, fruity taste of this tea nearly as much as we love its ability to relieve water retention. Taste pleasantly tart and sour, with a mild anise-like taste.
Organic Echinacea Elder supports the immune system* by stimulating immune cells. Our laboratory studies have shown that it significantly produces and activates immune cells. It's a blend of sweet, fruity and slightly bitter herbal tastes with a characteristic tingle on your tongue caused by the alkylamides in echinacea, which is one of the important indicators of quality.
Personality : supportive, empowering and believes in you. Herbal power : traditionally used to help nursing mothers with breast milk production. Reason to love : while your bundle of joy is probably causing you no end of delight, moms can also feel overwhelmed and tired, especially when it comes to breastfeeding. We love the fact that this herbal tea has traditionally been used to help mothers support their production of breast milk and to promote healthy lactation. With herbs like fennel, anise (which give the tea a sweet, licorice like taste), coriander and fenugreek, each sip is like stepping into a tradition that has been passed down from woman to woman for hundreds of years. Taste sweet, spicy, slightly bitter with a distinct licorice-like taste. The statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Seasonal Herb Tea Sampler includes 4 tea bags each of clinically tested Organic Throat Coat, clinically tested Organic Echinacea Plus, clinically tested Breathe Easy and Gypsy Cold Care.
More than just a warm and comforting drink, tea has medicinal properties that are widely underused in North America. Common herbs, spices, fruits, and barks have been scientifically proven to help relieve pain, menopause symptoms, high blood pressure, insomnia, stress, and digestive angst. When taken preventatively, certain herbs in tea can help fight off cancer cells, heart disease, and even Alzheimer’s disease and fibromyalgia. By learning about what these various natural ingredients are capable of and how they work, readers can begin to treat many ailments with what grows in their gardensplants that have been used in eastern medicine for thousands of years. The Good Living Guide to Medicinal Tea invites readers into a world of medicinal plants, instructs on the specific healing properties of each, matches them to ten common North American health disorders, and provides simple tea recipes readers can make in their own homes. Late Japanese author Okakura Kakuzo has been famously quoted as saying, Tea began as a medicine and grew into a beverage.” The Good Living Guide to Medicinal Tea encourages readers to turn their popular drink back into medicineand outlines exactly how to accomplish this. With the help of beautiful photographs and an easy dialogue, Jennifer Browne clearly explains to readers how teatime can garner impressive health benefits. Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We’ve been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.