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Alfalfa Tea
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Alfalfa Tea

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Alfalfa is also known scientifically as Medicago sativa.Naturally high in a whole range of minerals and vitamins which include vitamin A, D, E and K.Along with the above, Alfalfa tea also contains the full range of B vitamins, calcium, folic acid, magnesium and iron. Whew!The Alfalfa plant has an extensive root system, measuring up to 60 feet. T...

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Chicory Tea
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Chicory Tea

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Cichorium intybus, or Chicory tea - is known as a blood purifier due to being rich in vitamins A, C, B, K and P. This is the roasted root variety, and has gained much popularity recently as a coffee substitute/replacement.This tea can also be used as a safe and mild laxative for children - just add some honey to make it go down easier! The fourt...

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ElderFlower Tea
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ElderFlower Tea

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ElderFlower (Sambucus nigra) is actually quite a strong herb that we'd advise against drinking daily.However with this strength, comes some interesting benefits that shouldn't be overlooked. This herb has been used as an antiseptic throughout the world, even as a mouth wash - capable of removing harmful bacteria. Capable of alleviating allergies...

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Senna Tea
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Senna Tea

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Senna Tea (Senna Alexandrina) is mostly known as a laxative tea. What this herb does is interact with the digestive tracts bacteria, which results in intestinal tract contractions. If used for this purpose, we recommend steeping for at least 10 minutes and taking prior to bed time as the effects can take up to 12 hours to kick in! Health Benefit...

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Turkish Rhubarb Tea
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Turkish Rhubarb Tea

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Compound rich with calcium oxalate, anthraquinones, tannins, and various fatty acids with lend both anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. Sufferers of chronic constipation should give this tea a try, along with women that experience menopausal symptoms - according to a double blind randomized study their severity and frequency is reduce...

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I was very impressed by the freshness of all the herbal teas I ordered , I’ve yet to see if the hawthorn lowers my blood pressure ..haven’t had it long enough

Hi Nerida, many have seen good results with hawthorn so I hope you will too!
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Lady's Mantle Tea

Just awesome!

I saw these at another company but was dubious of the quality and wasn't interested in paying the ridiculous price. I'm super glad I found them here because that are flat out amazing. I will 100% be buying again when I run out which will probably be soon because I've been sharing them with everyone I know.
Such a unique way to make it, the jasmine scent is beautiful and relaxing and if it didn't taste so nice I would probably just leave a cup out to smell.
I found the taste subtle in a nice way but you wouldn't really want it stronger, unlike the instructions I only use 3 in a cup. Anyhow, I highly recommend! 10 thumbs up.

Hi Matt, thanks for your amazing reviews so far! I think we may be able to do a bit better on the Buddhas tears pricing soon actually, as it's not really where we'd like it to be at just yet. There's a lot of variation in quality in this tea but we're happy with this one too. It's one of my favourites for sure. You really don't need much at all, so try using only 3-4 balls and steeping longer if you're not doing so already.
uh it looks nice?

I tried this out of curiosity, never had it before and unfortunately wont again. Not a fan! But that's not its fault I just didn't like it, you on the other hand may love it!
Anyhow, for the rest of this review i will judge it technically.
The Matcha itself was very well ground with an even consistency, it was also a very nice colour and looked very fresh.
It mixed in with hot water perfectly and didn't leave any floaties or anything so I imagine this a very clean and well made product.
That's about all I can say, I'm sure it's very good it's just not for me.

I totally agree, this tea isn't for everyone. Make sure trying to add milk if you haven't yet. I think people either love or hate this tea but it's good to at least try once in your life. I'm really sorry this one wasn't for you though! It's always a risk the first time :)
Packs a punch

This tastes Australian. Imagine sitting out in the bush, middles of the day, small fire by the creek and you take that entire moment and shove it in a pot of water and pour this tea into your cup. I liked it, it was awesome. If I was to change anything it would probably only be to include a brew guide as I sort of approached this with more gusto than I should have and used a tablespoon for one cup, don't do this!

Hi Matt, thanks for your feedback on this tea and the instructions too. We're fairly new and so the easiest way to do things for awhile has been general instructions on the back, with more detailed on the website. This year we should be able to have individual steeping instructions per tea on the back of every kind. There's over 170 different types now, but we'll get there soon. It's a good tea this one though and with both ingredients working really well together :)