Ginseng Peppermint Herbal Full-Leaf
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Heaven Earth Herb Tea - A healthy blend of eleuthero, peppermint, cinnamon, licorice, and Echinacea root. This masterful blend offers herbal benefits and a naturally sweet, smooth, pleasing flavor.
This herbal blend is naturally caffeine-free. More about caffeine.
Steeping herbal tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
Eleuthero, peppermint, cinnamon, licorice, schizandra berries, sarsparilla root, Panax ginseng and Echinacea purpurea root
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
I think it's key to one's health to have mint tea, and this is the best one I have found. If you aren't Chinese, where do you incorporate ginseng into your diet? I deducted one star only because for full leaf tea, there is a lot of fine powder. It gets through the mesh strainer of my official Republic of Tea mug. But I can't imagine life without it, so I am on my second bulk pound of it.
My Staywell Miracle Tea
This is one of the oldies-but-goodies on the Republic of Tea rolls, and I've been drinking it since the beginning. I'm not sure how I began since I'm generally not a fan of peppermint, nor of licorice. In practice, however, both are nicely subtle. All the flavors are well-blended and none are truly "forward" imho, though the sweetness others described comes through along with a touch of echinacea. Overall, a warm, comforting and energizing combination that will keep you reaching for that next sip. But what really keeps me coming back, caffeine-lover that I am, is the amazing effect this blend appears to have on my system as a whole. (None of this is tested or intended as medical advice - it's just been my own experience & of course, YMMV.) Simply put, I have staved off more colds and such with Ginseng Peppermint than I can count. At the first sign of a sniffle or tickle in my throat, I drink a mug or two or three, and my symptoms disappear. Was glad to see others have shared this experience. I've passed it along to many friends through the years. It's a great tonic for an upset tummy, too. I buy the loose leaf because I think the schizandra does a lot to help, along with the ginseng, echinacea, etc., and I like to be able to add a "booster berry" as needed. And I agree 100 percent - I keep a canister in my suitcase as well as my kitchen!
Just the best
This is my favorite. I have been drinking it for years. It is the perfect combination. It tastes great. It's my first cup in the morning to soothe my queasy morning tummy. I believe the Echinacea and eleuthero-ginsing helps keep me healthy! It's also a nice calming cup before bed.
This subtle masterpiece is a gift from heaven! I first discovered it in a nearby coffee shop on a cold January day and from that moment I have been hooked. The hint of sweetness combined with the delicate aromas is enough to calm my tension or give relief to a cold and cough. I have never tasted another tea that can satisfy me more fully. Well Done!
Strong and Tasty
You need to be careful with this one. Other teas you can let steep for too long or use too much, but this will get way too strong if you're not careful. Beyond that, it's an incredibly tasty treat.