Are you thinking of trying out herbal medicine for minor ailments but don't want to commit to an appointment right now? Why not try herbal teas? Mine are handmade one at a time so that exactly the right amount of each carefully chosen herb goes into each one. I have two brand new ones too!
Clean 'n' green: for when you've overindulged and would like a fresh new start. This is my "detox" type tea which may help the body get rid of waste by supporting the liver, kidneys and lymphatic system. (Nettle, dandelion leaf, burdock, cleavers, milk thistle, fennel)
Strength & Support: for difficult times when you need to look after number one. It contains herbs called adaptogens which are supportive when the body and mind are under stress, plus other herbs to help with mood. If you're finding it difficult to focus, this is the tea! (Tulsi, ashwagandha, lemon balm, rosemary, wood betony)
And some old favourites:
Chill out: says it all really! This is a best seller and many people love to drink it after work or just before bed. (Chamomile, lemon balm, limeflower, passionflower, rose)
Feeders' digest: can help support the digestive system - good after dinner, or for bloating. (chamomile, cinnamon, fennel, marigold, peppermint)
Achoo! brew: contains herbs traditionally used for colds and flu (echinacea, elderflower, peppermint, ribwort, yarrow)
All teas are loose and can be made in a teapot, cafetiere, or using a tea strainer of some type (I also stock one-cup "tea ball" strainers for £3 each).
Each tea is £4 and makes at least 25-30 teas, depending on how strong you make it. (Many people will also get a second cup out of each one!)
Teas are not suitable during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
I'm not a "shop" as such so if you would like to buy you can Facebook message, email me at email@example.com or just ask if you see me! I take Paypal or bank transfer or cash in person. Please note that my primary job is seeing patients so I may not get back to you immediately but will do so as soon as I can.
P&P if required is £3 second class or £3.50 first class.