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Five Herbs Tea
50 tea bags
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|Five Herbs Tea is an herbal blend of Linden, Chamomile, Mint, Orange, and Verbena that promotes feelings of calm and relaxation. This blend is an ideal choice for the end of a day, after dinner, or before bedtime.|
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ZIN Product Number: 410354
Size: 50 tea bags
Weight: 0.18 lbs (0.08 KG)
Size (inches): 2.17" X 6.10" X 9.06"
Size (cm): 5.5 cm X 15.5 cm X 23.0 cm
Traditional Uses: Cold, Common (Rhinovirus), Constipation, Diarrhea (Diarrhoea), Indigestion, Nervous System Health, Respiratory Problems, Water Retention, Bronchitis, Hemorrhoids, Mouth Ulcers, Gallbladder Disorders, Collagen Deficient Disorders, Nerve Health / Pain, Tissue Health / Elasticity, Hypercholesterolemia, Piles, Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
Ingredients: Chamomile, Orange, Vervain (Verbena), Linden, Spearmint
Symptoms: Coughing, Fatigue, Swelling / Inflammation, Insomnia, Stress / Anxiety, Fever, Cramps, Mouth / Throat Inflammation, Stomach / Intestinal Cramps, Moodiness / Depression, Flatulence, Phlegm
Actions: Sedative, Nervine, Cholagogue
Description - Research and Analysis
Five Herbs Tea is an herbal blend of Linden, Chamomile, Mint, Orange, and Verbena that promotes feelings of calm and relaxation. This blend is an ideal choice for the end of a day, after dinner, or before bedtime.
The fragrant and tasty linden flowers have been used for health benefits as a calming agent and to help support indigestion, the common cold, and griping or colicky pain in the abdomen. Many of these uses have been confirmed or partially confirmed in modern research. Linden flowers act as a diaphoretic when consumed as a hot tea. Diaphoretics induce a mild fever, thereby possibly helping promote the immune system's ability to help fight infections. The fever usually does not go very high because the diaphoretic also causes sweating, the body's natural way of lowering its temperature. The German Commission E has approved linden flower for the support for colds and cold-related coughs.
Examinations have validated that apigenin is the ingredient responsible for chamomile's calming, mildly sedative, anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic results. Other elements such as Chamazuline, Azulene, Matricine and Bisabolol also have anti-inflammatory effects. Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) has been defined by Germans as "Alles zutraut", which means "capable of anything" due to their belief that chamomile can ease many ailments. The active ingredients are found in the volatile oils from the chamomile plant.
Taken internally, Chamomile fights and supports acute gastritis, indigestion, stomach lesions and other digestive troubles including digestion difficulties and excessive gas. The bioflavonoid apigenin has been identified for its ability to urge relaxation and for its calmative attributes. Consequently, chamomile is a well-liked supportive used to help support and avoid restlessness, strain, anxiousness, nervousness and sleep problems.
Mint is often taken internally or used topically for it's calming and soothing properties. It has been prescribed for a distressed nervous system and as a muscle relaxant in addition, to it's wonderful benefits for the skin.
Native of Europe, Verbena is extensively cultivated in other countries. Verbena has long been credited with magical properties and was used in ceremonies by the Romans, Druids of ancient Britain and Gaul. It is a traditional herbal health in both China and Europe. Verbena can be used in mouth washes for infected gums and as a poultice for hemorrhoids. A tea can be been used as a nerve tonic, to help support insomnia and to help digestion. It has tonic, restorative properties, and can be used to help support stress and anxiety, and to improve digestive function. Verbean also acts as a mild sedative, a mild bitter, and effectively stimulates bile secretion.
The scent of Orange, especially Orange essential oil, provides a feling of revitalization when one is lacking energy, giving positive feelings. Orange, with all it's mood-lifting benefits, provides the perfect accompaniment to it's counterparts which promote relaxation and restfulness.
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Fresh drawn, boiling water contains the most oxygen, thereby giving the fullest taste to tea. Water that has been boiling for some time looses the oxygen and thereby the best taste.
Allow full expansion during the infusion and easy removal after the time for steeping has elapsed.
Draw into a tea pot or kettle the best fresh water that you have available.
Warm the teapot and cups while the water is boiling.
Linden, Chamomile, Mint, Orange, Verbena.
Chamomile is not recommended for use by pregnant or lactating women.
Allergy to chamomile may occur in hypersensitive individuals who have an allergy to ragweed pollen.
PhytoVie manufactures a wide selection of therapeutic and aromatic teas. The PhytoVie manufacturing process guarantees the quality and consistency of each and every tea bag. Our buyers select only the highest premium quality teas each season, importing from around the world. Each tea bag contains only the finest quality ingredients.
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-- June 17, 2005
-- June 17, 2005
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