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JB's Herbal Tea, caffeine free

Available in 2 sizes! 50 grams, 100 grams

Naturally caffeine free, sugar free, gluten free, all natural


When to use it: This blend was created to help support someone who is battling cancer. It is supportive to the immune system, and rejuvinating and uplifting. These herbs are known to support liver and kidney function, are considered a tonic for the body, lift mental fatigue, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory. Several of the herbs are alteratives. This blend may support the digestive tract,  the lungs, and the lymphatic system. 


All herbs used in this blend are organic.


What's in the blend?

organic herbs: nettles (Urtica dioica), red clover flowers (Trifolium pratense), ginger root (Zingiber officinale), ashwagandha root (Withania somnifera), amla berry or Indian gooseberry (Phyllanthus emblica), spearmint (Mentha spicata)

Suggested dose: Drink to 3 cups/day over the course of the day, sipping it as you go thourought your day.


Directions for suggested use: Place2 tablespoons of tea into a small pot with a lid. Pour in 3 cups of filtered water, covering the herbs. Stir well to make sure all herbs are coated in the water. Put lid on pot.

Bring to a boil. Turn down heat, and simmer 10-15 mins. Strain the herbs out using a stainless steel strainer, be careful, the tea will be very hot.

Sweeten if desired with raw, natural honey, or Stevia.

Put hot tea into a thermos and enjoy small sips throught out the day.

Or pour over ice into a pitcher, and put in the refridgerator. Again, try to enjoy small sips throughout the day.

The goal is to drink the 3 cups over the course of the day, so you are getting the herbs into your body all day long.


Caution: avoid if pregnant, or nursing. Stop drinking 1 week before surgery; may cause reaction if taking anticoagulant medications. May lower blood pressure, be sure to monitor closely. Avoid if acute diarrhea.  CONSULT YOUR Doctor before drinking.

JB's Herbal Tea

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  •  Find suggested brewing temperatures, how to use a French press for tea, tips and tricks, and so much more. Check out my blog posts about brewing tea here.

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