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Celebration Herbals Organic Licorice Root Tea Caffeine Free -- 24 Tea Bags


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Celebration Herbals Organic Licorice Root Tea Caffeine Free Description

  • Absolutely Organic
  • Herbal Tea
  • Kosher

Three thousand year old scrolls show that licorice was part of the Egyptian and Assyrian cultures in ancient times. It originated in southern Europe and western Asia, but now grows in various countries across the world.

 

Licorice roots are currently cultivated for both their flavor and medicinal uses. Also known as 'sweet wood' licorice is usually collected when sweetest; in the autumn of its fourth year. This tea is powerfully sweet and enjoyable. We hope you like it!

 

Better herbs make Better Tea

 

No flavorings, preservatives or sweeteners of any kind.

 

It all starts with the herbs. Celebration Herbals is dedicated to bringing you the best tasting teas, grown and processed as close to "the way nature intended" as possible and never irradiated.

 

Our herbs are grown and harvested with the highest standards of quality control. You can trust our new special designations - Absolutely Organic, Ethically Wildcrafted and Pure Quality.

 

We are committed to the environment. In this box you won't find any strings, tags, or staples in our chlorine free bags. In addition, our boxes are made from 100% recycled cardboard. A resealable freshness bag is used to extend the quality and life of your tea.

 

We hope you enjoy the beneficial pleasure of drinking these teas as much as we have enjoyed blending, hand crafting and packaging them for you.

 

Herbally Yours,

Celebration Herbals


Directions

  • Good water is an essential part of brewing a great cup of tea. We recommend using spring or filtered water.
  • Be sure to relax! Some of the most enjoyable aspects of tea are the calmness and ritual that surround it.
  • This is a delicate herb and is more potent when exposed to high temperatures for a short period of time. So that your tea has its maximum medicinal properties and flavor, be sure that your water is at a rolling boil when you pour it over your teabags.
  • If you desire a medicinal tea, be sure to use one tea bag per cup of boiling water, cover and steep for 7-12 minutes. This is known as the infusion method.
  • If you desire a pleasure tea or quick brew, use one teabag per cup of hot water. Pour water over teabags, cover, and let steep 3 to 5 minutes to taste. Enjoy!
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*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.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Herbal Tea Bags
Servings per Container: 24
Other Ingredients: Licorice root (glycyrrhiza glabra).
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5 Autumn Herbal Teas to Add to Your Pantry

Fall is perfectly named—a season of transition as we slip out of summer and fall into winter.

It’s also a time of looking towards the future; an era of both settling in and putting down roots to prepare for the season ahead.

In honor of this, now is the time to celebrate the shift towards the colder months and Earth’s cycles—and there’s no better way to do so than with a cup of health-boosting, root-based herbal tea. Here are five root-based herbal teas (and one that’s simply delicious) to get keen on this fall—and how they can be a boon for your well-being.

Mug of Autumn Herbal Tea on Wooden Table with Scattered Fall Leaves and Open Book | Vitacost.com/blog    

1. Ginger

Ginger isn’t just superb for the ale it inspired. An herbaceous perennial—and kin to health powerhouses turmeric and cardamom—ginger has been used for myriad medicinal purposes for over 2,000 years.

There’s a reason behind it. The South Asian root contains gingerol, a relative of capsaicin (the active compound in chili peppers) that naturally supports digestive health, primarily through its potential to curb nausea and vomiting. Ginger is also believed to be one of the top foods to organically encourage a stronger immune system and relieve a dry, itchy throat. What’s more, ginger may put a pep in your step when you’re feeling lethargic or unmotivated—a common complaint when faced with the shorter days that arrive with the cooler season.

Brew tip: While ginger tea is widely available, you can also add thin slices of its root to hot water for a delectable—and potent—brew.

2. Marshmallow root

Marshmallows may have made #4 on the USDA’s list of “Foods of Minimal Nutritional Value,” but they derive their name from one of the most curative plants in existence.

Used for its potential health benefits for thousands of years, marshmallow—whose biological name, Althaea, comes from the Greek word for “cure”—is a demulcent: an herb that is, according to The Naturopathic Herbalist, “rich in mucilage and can soothe and protect irritated or inflamed internal tissue” (and, when used on skin, are dubbed “emollients”). Translation? A mug of marshmallow root tea may ease a sore throat, calm a cough and relieve cold symptoms—all also common issues during autumn. (Indeed, marshmallow root is frequently seen in throat lozenges and cough syrups.) Further, marshmallow root may be particularly helpful for bladder health.

Brew tip: For a particularly powerful brew, add dry, chopped marshmallow root to a pot of boiling water, let simmer for ten minutes, drain out the root and enjoy.

3. Licorice root

Considered a “harmonizing” herb in traditional Chinese medicine—and a rejuvenating herb in Ayurvedic medicine—licorice root has long been used as a means to naturally support the relief of heartburn and organically bolster adrenal health.

Additionally, the wild herb, which grows throughout Europe and parts of Asia, acts as an “expectorant,” the San Francisco Chronicle reports, which “could make it useful for reducing phlegm and other upper-respiratory symptoms…such as sore throats and coughing.” Those looking to shed a few pounds prior to the holiday season may be delighted to know that the distinctive-flavored herb might also reduce body fat. But be careful, do not use this herb if you have high blood pressure.

Brew tip: Pre-packaged licorice tea is readily found, but for a heady, tasty treat, add a tablespoon of licorice root to a cup of hot water and let steep for three to five minutes.

4. Dandelion root

Natural de-bloating has become synonymous with dandelion root in recent years: As Shape affirms, “tea made from the dandelion’s root or leaves has been used in traditional Chinese and Native American medicine for centuries” because of its valuableness as a diuretic (which, in turn, may help your body detoxify).

Used as a medicinal tea as far back as 900 A.D., and rich in vitamins and minerals—especially beta-carotene—dandelion root can also support healthy digestion, bile flow and elimination, says Dr. Robert Kachko, ND, LAc. In other words? Just the magic you need to feel fantastic all season.

Brew tip: Either fresh or dried dandelion roots can be used to brew up a cup of this wonder. Chop the root coarsely, add a teaspoon to a saucepan of boiling water, let simmer for roughly a minute—and then relish.

5. Rooibos

While leaves of this South African bush might be used to brew rooibos—as opposed to its roots—it shares just as many potential benefits as the other herbal teas listed here.

Chief among them? Its high level of antioxidants. Take it from Fox News, who reports that a growing body of evidence suggests that the benefits of rooibos may be quite broad, including some evidence that the antioxidants in the tea may help support heart health and offer anti-aging effects. Rooibos even shows use as a cosmetic ingredient for soothing, protecting and repairing skin.” Importantly, one of those antioxidants is a compound known as quercetin—a flavonoid that, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, naturally supports heart health and optimal cholesterol and blood pressure levels; it may also neutralize free radicals. Furthermore, a study from “Phytomedicine” demonstrated that rooibos may prevent obesity.

Brew tip: A sweet alternative to caffeinated (read: stimulating) black tea, rooibos tea tastes especially splendid with a squeeze of lemon. Mix a heaping teaspoon of the “red bush” leaves with hot water and let steep for a good, long while—research suggests that the longer you steep, the more antioxidant rewards you’ll reap.

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