Naturally caffiene free tea
An exhilarating organic herbal infusion with Astragalus, Chaga and Siberian Ginseng.
Chaga Mushrooms called the 'mushroom of immortality' by the Siberian Russian Shamans, grow on birch trees throughout the northern hemisphere - they are rich in essential vitamins and minerals and traditionally drunk as a tea.
Units 3/4 Crays Court, Crays Farm, Thakeham, West Sussex, RH20 2GU England
Use on bag for a cup, two for a mug. Pour on freshly boiled water. Allow the tea to brew for a good four or five minutes - the herbs need this time to release all their valuable essential oils. Cover the mug while brewing or use a little teapot to keep even more goodness in.
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Liquorice root, Cinnamon, Astragalus (15%), Peppermint, Chaga (10%), Siberian Ginseng (5%), Spearmint.
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