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Healthy Heart Tea -- A cardiovascular powerhouse of botanicals rich in antioxidants - vitamin c + arterial health promoting plant compounds make this Stillroom Shoppe tart vibrant ruby red jewel of a cuppa tea are heart happy beverage ~ These plant ingredients have the positive effect of normalizing HBP as well when consumed regularly as part of a healthy diet. 


Hibiscus Flowers & Hawthorne Leaf & Berry offers at least 2 steeps per mug serving ~ which is WONDERFUL as 2 to 4 mugs, or more as you wish a day makes this a heart therapy ritual tea excellent for balancing cholesterol levels too. 


Crataegus oxyacantha (Hawthorn) and Hibiscus sabdariffa (sour tea) have a long history of use in traditional botanical medicine in many parts of the world for their multiple health effects, but especially in relation to cardiovascular disorders. In the last 15–20 years, modern research has expanded and clarified those uses. Hawthorn research has focused on congestive heart failure, and sour tea research has focused on hypertension and dyslipidemia, with several clinical trials emerging in the last 3–4 years. This article highlights key research on these two plants and their uses in congestive heart failure, hypertension, and dyslipidemia in particular.



Heart Healthy Tea is LOVELY ICED all summer TOO! 


140 gram bag  

Approximately 35 to 40 mugs using a level Tsp to a large mug.

Each 1 Tsp serving can be re-steeped for a second mug if desired. 


The Stillroom Shoppe Stainless 2 peice TEA INFUSER ~ Fits any size mason jar or mug for easy loose leaf tea infusing ~  


Cardiovascular benefits of black cumin (Nigella sativa) - Kalonji (Nigella Seeds) -  -


Efficacy of black seed -  black cumin (Nigella sativa) to support healthy blood pressure and heart rate


Hibiscus, Hawthorn, and the Heart - Modern research supports the use of traditional plants


The cardioprotective power of leaves - NCBI -










Heart Healthy Tea

  • Hibiscus Flower & Hawthorne Leaf & Berry offers at least 2 steeps per mug serving ~ which is WONDERFUL as 2 to 4 mugs a day or more a day as you wish -  makes this a heart therapy ritual tea excellent for balancing cholesterol levels too. 

    Nigella sativa (Black Cumin Seed) strongly improves serum lipids - "Treatment with Nigella sativa significantly reduced body weight and body mass index (BMI). Serum concentrations of low density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL) and triglyceride (TG) also decreased in Nigella sativa-treated group after 8 weeks; while serum high density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL) significantly increased after treatment with Nigella sativa" ...

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    A randomised controlled trial on hypolipidemic effects of Nigella Sativa seeds powder in menopausal women - Results: The results showed that N. sativa significantly improved lipid profiles of menopausal women (decreased total cholesterol, low density lipoprotein cholesterol and triglyceride, and increased high density lipoprotein cholesterol) more than the placebo treatment over 2 months of intervention. 

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    IN OTHER words, Black Cumin Seed can be and ought to be added to menopausal women's daily diet to counterbalance the hormonal negative effects to cholesterol numbers. 


    Effects of sour - Hibiscus Flower Tea (Hibiscus sabdariffa) on lipid profile and lipoproteins in patients with type II diabetes - Conclusions: The results of the present study showed that Hibiscus Flower has a significant effect on blood lipid profile. 
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    Roles and Mechanisms of Hawthorn Leaf and Its Extracts on Atherosclerosis - "Cardioprotective actions of the Hawthorn target various pathological conditions associated with atherosclerosis, which offer great potential for synergistic effects. In addition, a great deal of knowledge has been acquired regarding the benefits of Hawthorn on other cardio vascular trends including heart failure and primary hypertension - Current evidence shows its potential as a phyto-therapeutic agent adjuvant in conventional management of coronary heart disease." 

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