Traditional Medicinals, Heart Tea with Hawthorn, 16 bags
UPC Code: 032917001986
- Same Tea, Formerly Heart Tea
- Supports Heart Health
- Naturally Caffeine Free Herbal Tea
- Taste: Fruity, floral, pleasantly sweet and tart
- Non-GMO Certified; Kosher; USDA Organic
Traditional Medicinals Organic Hawthorn with Hibiscus Herbal Tea is a caffeine free herbal tea that promotes heart health. Native to Europe and Asia, hawthorn has been well-loved and widely used for centuries, especially for its ability to tone the heart. The tree itself is more like a tall, dense shrub- in some countries its common name translates to "hedge thorn" because of its fast-growing thorny capacity to create living barriers.
Pour 8 oz. freshly boiled water over 1 tea bag.
Cover cup and Steep for 10-15 minutes.
Squeeze tea bag to ensure maximum goodness in your cup.
Enjoy 3-4 cups daily.
Use for a minimum of two months to see beneficial effects.
|Serving Size: 1 Cup Brewed Tea|
|Servings Per Container: 16|
|Amount Per Serving||%DV|
|All Herbal Ingredients:|
|Organic hawthorn leaf and flower [PhEur]||1000 mg||*|
|Proprietary Blend||1000 mg|
|Organic hawthorn berries||*|
|Organic hibiscus flower||*|
|*Daily Value Not Established.|
About Traditional Medicinals
Traditional Medicinals is an independent company that embraces sustainability, ingredient purity, and social and environmental activism. A Certified B Corporation and California Certified Green Business, we're the leading seller of wellness tea in the US and the pioneer of the wellness tea category in the US and Canada.
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