Hibiscus is a deep red flower that has been used for centuries for its refreshing taste as well as for its beneficial health properties
Happy Skin Tea - 8 oz
Enjoy a cup of herbal tea… From green tea to hibiscus, from white tea to chamomile, teas are chock full of flavonoids and other healthy goodies.
Hibiscus is a deep red flower that has been used for centuries for its refreshing taste as well as for its beneficial health properties. Hibiscus has traditionally been used to support skin health, digestive function, healthy fluid retention levels, respiratory health. It’s rich in Vitamin C, minerals, antioxidants that support the overall immune system.
Burdock Root has traditionally been in herbal medicine for centuries to help the detoxification process in the body. Known to be a blood purifier. Burdock helps to clear the body of impurities and promote healthy clear skin.
Rooibos comes from South Africa and has been enjoyed by natives of the region for centuries for its naturally delicious, sweet brew and health benefits. Rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Rooibos helps to calm the central nervous system and support energy levels naturally.
Red Clover Leaf has been used traditionally to support healthy skin and overall detoxification in the body. It’s known to be rich in nutritional content and also used to support healthy lymphatic, endocrine, and immune function.
Dandelion Leaf & Root Given its detoxification properties, both the roots and the leaves are used to support skin health, aid digestion, and help flush the body through fluid elimination.
Nettle Leaf & Root has been used for thousands of years as a general tonic for overall good health. Rich in vitamins and minerals and used in herbal medicine as a popular nutrition source.
Lemongrass has long been used to uplift the mood. Traditionally Lemongrass has been used to help support detoxification in the body and promote overall good health.
Herbal Tea Safety: The effects of herbal tea are usually mild. Depending on what you are using it for two to four cups a day is generally reasonable.
People should tell their health care providers what herbs and herbal teas they’re using since some can affect the activity of certain medications. Some herbs can enhance the activity of medications, while others can diminish the activity. Herbal products use also should be reported if planning surgery because some herbs act as anticlotting agents.
Furthermore, herbal teas should be used with caution during pregnancy and lactation, and with small children.
Tea Steeping instructions for herbal teas:
Herbal & Rooibos
1-3 tsp (2 g)
You can enjoy hot or cold. Add sweetener to your liking.
Ingredients: Hibiscus, Burdock Root, Rooibos, Red Clover Leaf, Dandelion Leaf & Root, Nettle Leaf & Root, Lemongrass – Caffeine Free
Statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Do not eat. Not tested on animals.