Clove Tea

$7.95

With a sweet and sharp flavour, clover is one of the stronger tasting herbal teas that come from the evergreen clove tree. A commonly used ingredient in many Chinese and Ayurveda medicines, the range of benefits of this herb are mainly focused around it's anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, much like Cinnamon - with some saying the taste is rather similar in terms of the immediate impact on the senses. 

Description

With a sweet and sharp flavour, clover is one of the stronger tasting herbal teas that come from the evergreen clove tree. A commonly used ingredient in many Chinese and Ayurveda medicines, the range of benefits of this herb are mainly focused around it's anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, much like Cinnamon - with some saying the taste is rather similar in terms of the immediate impact on the senses. 

If your bad breath is caused by bacteria, this may be the herb for you. Digestion issues? This herb will help you produce the types of enzymes needed within the intestines needed for smooth sailing, not to mention the anti-inflammatory properties adding further stomach related protection against infection.

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Health Benefits

With a sharp aroma, this herbal tea is good for...

  • Toothaches and bad breath
  • Digestion
  • Joint pain
  • Respiratory conditions
Brewing
  1. Bring one cup of water per cup of tea to a boil. Leave the pot over the heat source, but turn it off.
  2. Let the mixture steep for 10 minutes for a weaker-flavored brew and up to 20 minutes for a strongly-flavored brew.
  3. Pour the tea through a mesh strainer to filter out the cloves. Dispose of the solids in the strainer, and the clove tea is ready to be served.
Cautionary

People with liver or kidney disorders who have had seizures should not consume cloves.