A Fresh Wild Peppermint Patty in your mug~ Decadent & Rich - A little sassy with velvet undertones of Dark Cocao & Vanilla with Cardamom & Locally Harvested Spearmint, Nettles + of course Local Wild Peppermint... Peppermint awakens the mind refreshes thinking aids focus - alertness & imagination - It's not just a digestive aid as it's historically known for. Nutirent Dense & as harvested locally in Peterboorugh Ontario Canada - of Premium Vital Preserved Quality & Therapeuitc Benefits. Nettles are a tonic herb - You'll not notice them here~ They're formulated lovingly into this Peppy Tea.
This is a comfort cup of herbal plant wellness but you'll never know it.. Anti-Oxidant Rich & Nutrient Dense.
125 gram bag
Ontario Wild Harvested Premium Plants
A cup of comfort - A pick-me-up ~ A savory satisfying Peppermint Chocolate Tea.
Benefits of Peppermint Tea ..
Improves Mental Focus & Concentration
Reduces Migraine & Headache frequency
Combats coughs and congestion
Supports Liver & Gallbladder
Calms Nausea & Vomiting
Helps with a sluggish colon
Calms troubled skin
Treats Respiratory Disorders
Reduces Stress Levels
9 Amazing Benefits Of Peppermint Tea:
Peppermint Tea Attributes for Health:
Peppermint Bark Tea
Peppermint Tea is a traditional digestive aid - It Soothes Stomach Upsets. Peppermint tea is referred to as "the stomach healer" as it is known to soothe many stomach ailments, including stomach aches, stomach pains, stomach cramps, heartburn, gas/flatulence, indigestion and diarrhea, and to promote healthydigestion and eliminations.
Herbalist Formulated with local wild ingredients - This is a Velvety Rich Fresh Peppermint Bark Wellness Tea with the added circulatory benefits compounded into it that carry the plant nutrition of Nettles tonic benefits to every organ seeking restoration through nutrition.
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