This tea is designed to assist Arthritis and Gout. It contains Stinging Nettle, Birch leaf, Dandelion root and leaves, Hibiscus, and Willow Bark.
Hibiscus aids in hair growth, healthy skin and may cool the body. It supports healthy liver and kidney function. Hibiscus aids in healthy heart and circulation. May reduce anxiety and depression by calming the nerves and is an anti-inflammatory. Improves digestion by strengthing the gastrointestinal system. Hibiscus is a great immune booster due to antioxidants and vitamin C.
Dandelion root has been used to treat stomach issues and reduce inflammation in the body. Boosts the immune system and promotes healthy skin. Dandelion root is an anti-inflammatory and is full of vitamin B which will boost mood and may provide relief of depression.
Dandelion leaves promote eye health and detox toxins from the body. Reduces inflammation and boosts the immune system. It is a high source of vitamin K, protects the liver, and may reduce hunger. Dandelion leaves decrease bloat and water retention.
Willow bark contains salicylic acid (like aspirin). Tastes similar too. Assists any kind of pain. It is an anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and astringent. It may aid in weight loss and skin health. Willow bark may reduce migraines by lowering the blood pressure in the blood vessels in the head easing the pressure. Supports the immune system.
Stinging nettle has been known for wound healing and reducing bleeding. Aid in urinary tract health. It helps with inflammation such as arthritis, gout, and kidney irritations. Stinging nettle assists with allergies. It will alleviate watery eyes and sneezing. Stinging nettle will help balance the body. It is used for hot stinging painful itchy rashes.
Birch leaf is an anti-inflammatory. It supports the immune system. It will ease pain in the body. Birch also flushes kidneys and helps urinary tract infections. It assists abdominal pain, bloating, and cramps. Birch will also detoxify the body. Birch will assist with insomnia.
20 tea bags for $20
Made by Carey Page of Tawatinaw Spirit Specialty Tea.
*None of this is medical advice