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    CELEBRATION HERBALS - Chamomile Flowers Tea (24 bags)
    Chamomile has been in continuous use throughout the world since the time of the ancient Egyptians. The name Chamomile comes from the Greek word for “Ground Apple,” which accurately describes the flower’s aromatic scent of apples. Long renowned for its unique effects, Chamomile is a widely accepted herb, often used in cosmetics and perfumery. Learn More
     
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    FLORA - HOODIA TRIM TEA

    FLORA - HOODIA TRIM TEA

    CA$11.99

    When the Bushmen of Africa’s Kalahari Desert went out on long hunting trips, they would chew on the stem of the Hoodia plant when food was scarce, helping them to avoid feelings of hunger. Flora has resurrected this thousands-of-years-old secret in this delicious tea. Hoodia Trim also contains organic Green tea and Yerba mate, which both stimulate metabolism. Garcinia cambogia is a fruit with slightly citrusy taste that complements this delicious tea blend. Kosher Learn More
     
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    CELEBRATION HERBALS - Fenugreek Seed Tea (24 bags)
    Fenugreek is one of the oldest cultivated crops known to man. Its seeds are small, hard, and have a brownish yellow colour. The name Fenugreek is derived from the Latin word for “Greek Hay”. The ancient Egyptians used it as food and incense. Benedictine monks introduced the plant to central Europe where it was widely established by the sixteenth century. Today, it is used worldwide as a tea and in herbal preparations. Learn More
     
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    CELEBRATION HERBALS - Burdock Root Tea (24 bags)
    Burdock has a long history of use as a cultivated vegetable and medicine. This Russian native now grows as a weed in much of North America and Europe. Growing 2-5 feet tall, with a thick woody stem and deep roots, you can spot Burdock in country pastures and along fencerows. It is recognized by its purple flowers and round burrs that are known for sticking to hikers clothing. Burdock has a bitter and sweet flavour which makes for a delicious tea. Learn More
     
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    CELEBRATION HERBALS - DOUBLE CHAI TEA (CAFFIENE FREE) Absolutely Organic
    Quick Overview No tea leaves, just spices. That's what goes into our Double Chai Tea. Nice and hot while being aromatic and refreshing at the same time, this tea has a kick that comes from the essences of exotic spices, not caffeine. Drink this, and you will remember the experience. Learn More
     
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    CELEBRATION HERBALS -  Hawthorn Berries (24 bags)
    Hawthorn is found mostly in Europe, eastern Asia and eastern North America and its use has been growing since the 1800's. In Britain, Hawthorn was an important part of many May festivals and was known as 'May flower'. In France, Hawthorn goes by the name "l'epine noble" (a noble thorn) from the belief that the crown of thorns worn by Christ was made of its branches. Hawthorn is a member of the Rose family: rosaceae. It's a small, compact shrub-tree with white bark, hard wood, and sharp thorns. It produces small berries called "haws" which look like tiny apples or Rose Hips. Enjoy! Learn More
     
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    CELEBRATION HERBALS - Cranberries Tea (24 bags)
    European Settlers who came to Eastern North America coined the name crane-berry because of the resemblance of the flower stamens to the bill of a crane. By the mid 1600's, this name had become Cranberry, first noted in a letter by a Cape Cod missionary in 1647. Native Americans used Cranberries extensively as medicine, and as a preservative to help keep meats fresh. Try this tart, fresh tasting tea today, hot or on ice. Learn More
     
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    CELEBRATION HERBALS - Cornsilk Tea (24 bags)
    Cornsilk is the "beard" that can be seen on nearly any variety of corn. Corn is known by the botanical name Zea mays but Cornsilk is known by the botanical name Stigmata maydis or "Mother's Hair." Indian corn was discovered in Central America by Christopher Columbus, where it was cultivated by the Incas (and many other native cultures). He took it back to Spain, where it was frequently known as "TurkeToday, corn is a staple crop in many cultures, but few recognize its herbal benefits. Learn More
     
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    CELEBRATION HERBALS - Chinese Green Tea (24 bags)
    Green Tea is celebrated as the original tea in China with its heritage dating back 5000 years. processing involves hand picking selected leaves, steaming, hand rolling, then roasting until they reach an acceptably low moisture content. This is a gentle, full bodied, satisfying, medium strength tea, neither harsh nor quick to go bitter. Ancient Chinese saying: "Better to be deprived of food for three days, than tea for one." Learn More
     
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    CELEBRATION HERBALS - Gotu Kola Herb (24 bags)
    Gotu Kola has been used in India and the islands of the Indian Ocean for centuries and is part of Ayurveda, the traditional herbal medicine native to the Indian subcontinent. It was also mentioned in the Shennong Herbal, a manuscript compiled in China about 2,000 years ago. This herb, which grows in tropical regions between sea level and 1,000 feet altitude, is known among herbalists as "food for the brain." Learn More
     

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