Birch, blackberry and raspberry leaves, anise, fennel, rose hip, coltsfoot, dandelion, mint, thyme, star anise, horsetail and mullein. We used to call it Bad Weathther but we changed it after the recomendation of one of our staff. After days of suffering with a cold and refusing o try Adrain finally gave up and went for it. He claims it's miraculous. We think it helps with colds, flu sympoms, alergies and the general "blaas". You'll feel so much better!
Blended to relieve constipation our Regulari-tea is not harsh but it is effective. Slight bitter taste. Rooibos: Used to relieve colic and for digestive disorders. Cascara sagrada: Laxative. Dandelion: Aids with disturbances in bile flow. Fennel: Used to Stimulates gastrointestinal motility. Peppermint: Used for dyspeptic complaints. Ginger: Used to increase tone and peristalsis of intestine. Honey crystals: Mild laxative effect. Safflower: Mild laxative effect. Buckthorn: Mild laxative effect
Blackberry, strawberry, lime tree and blueberry leaves, birch, hibiscus, passion flower, peppermint, anise, chamomile, mallow and marigold. Just have a cup and go to bed!
Blended to ease the many symptoms of menopause and to strengthen and protect womenâ€™s bodies of a certain age. Pleasant, aromatic herbal taste. Chasteberry: Used to alleviate menopausal complaints and to treat sexual neurasthenia. Black Cohosh: Used to suppress LH secretion without effecting FSH. And to reduces hot flushes and psychological distress. Relaxes uterine tissue. Sage: Used as an anti-hypertensive, perspiration inhibitor. May help reduce hot flushes. Acts on CNS. Dandelion root: Used as an aid in dyspepsia and to prevent, UTIs, and support the liver and gallbladder. Red clover: Very high in isoflavones. Ginseng: Used to improve cognitive function, antineoplastic, antioxidant, to increase stamina, reduce fatigue and to aid in concentration. Roman Chamomile: Acts on CNS. Used to reduce aggressive behavior and to reduce inflammation and dyspepsia. Schizandra: Used as an anti-inflammatory, tumor inhibiting compound and to increase physical performance. Raspbery leaf: High in flavonoids. Used to protect the cardiovascular system. Fennel: Used to stimulates gastro-intestinal motility. Ginger: Used to stimulates the immune system and tone the intestinal tract. Anti-inflammatory. Cocoa Bean: Besides the obvious, it is used to stimulates cardiac muscle performance and act as a mild muscle relaxant. Rooibos: Used to controls sugar levels, high in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Birch Bark: Used to protects kidneys and bladder and to reduces pain. Peppermint: Aids in liver and gallbladder dyspepsia
Blended to aid with the removal of toxins and pathogens and to restore balance. Rooibos: High in anti-oxidants. Lapacho: Used to remove heavy metals, candida and fungal infections. Milk Thistle: Used for its hepatoprotective properties. Hibiscus leaf: Used to improve circulation and to dissolve phlegm. Mild diuretic and laxative effects. Nettle: Used as a vVial inhibitor, anti-rheumatic and to increase urine flow. Birch: Used to flush out bacteria, clean the urinary tract and purify the blood. Ginger: Used to increases tone and peristalsis of intestine. Oatstraw: Used to prevent skin inflammations, tonic. Sarsaparilla: Used to protects the skin and kidneys. Red clover: Used as an expectorant and to promote healthy skin. Hawthorn: Used to reduces blood pressure and rapid heartbeat. Horsetail: Used against kidney and bladder stones and UTIâ€™s. Cornflower: Used to treat candidiasis and to stimulate liver and gallbladder function. Peppermint: Used in cleansing the liver and kidneys
From Brazil the catuaba (Erythroxylum catuaba) is treasured for it?s analgesic, antibacterial, vasodialatory properties. Used as an aphrodisiac and tonic.
Also called Pau d?Arco it is the inner bark of a tree related to our Florida tabebullia. Used as a potent tonic and blood cell regenerator. In South America it is famous for stimulating the body?s natural defences and for its sedative, analgesic, diuretic and antiviral properties. It contains no caffeine and is FDA approved. Known as the penicillin of the Incas.