Hibiscus Teais made from Hibiscus sabdariffa -- a subtropical and topical flowering plant. Its flowers are used for medicinal purpose, making edible products and flavoring herbal beverages. Consuming hibiscus may impart some benefit such as stimulating weight loss, strengthening the immune system by providing vitamin C and antioxidants, reducing the intensity of hot flashes and reducing blood pressure.
Over time, high blood pressure can place extra strain on the heart and cause it to weaken. High blood pressure is also associated with an increased risk of heart disease Several studies have found that hibiscus tea may lower both systolic and diastolic blood pressure.
Hibiscus & Lavender Tea
Here is an herbal tonic that will leave you refreshed, hydrated, and well balanced. Hibiscus flower is known for calming inflammation in the body, boosting the immune system and being rich in vitamin c and antioxidants. The perfect summer detox ingredient
Place hibiscus and lavender in large jar with water. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Strain out the solids, add honey. Serve over ice with lime wedge if desired.
Ingredients- Organic Hibiscus Organic Lavender
Milky Momma Tea
We love the fact that this loose 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 and lemon verbena, 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.
Boil Two Tablespoons in 8oz of Water and enjoy
Organic Tea to Help Nursing Mothers with Breast Milk Production
fennel, anise, coriander and fenugreek lemon verbena
tastes - Sweet, spicy, slightly bitter with a distinct licorice-like taste.