Organic Black Cohosh Root Tea (16 Bags)
Largely a tea for the ladies, Seelect Tea’s Black Cohosh Root Tea is said to help ease the symptoms of menopause and PMS. Organic Black Cohosh Root Tea is vegan, gluten-free, and kosher.
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Flavor: Seelect Tea’s Organic Black Cohosh Root Tea has a calming taste with a slightly bitter finish. Nothing is more comforting than a mug of warm, Seelect Tea’s Organic Black Cohosh Root Tea. Pour one cup of fresh boiling water over tea bag, steep 4-6 minutes. The longer Seelect Tea’s Organic Black Cohosh Root Tea steeps, the stronger the flavor. Lemon or honey may be added to Seelect Tea’s Organic Black Cohosh Root Tea.
Tea Type: Documents have been recovered dating back to Ancient Egypt and Ancient China that refer to people enjoying the many uses of herbal tea. In addition to Seelect Tea’s Organic Black Cohosh Root Tea’s great taste, some of the benefits cited for daily herbal tea consumption include its value as an antioxidant and energy booster, immune enhancement properties, ability to calm the mind and assist in relaxation, and ability to improve circulation. Other great herbal teas by Seelect Tea include Cats Claw Tea, Organic Echinacea Herb Tea, and Papaya Leaf Tea.
History & Health: The most significant part of this native American plant is its hard, knotty rootstock, used for a variety of medicinal purposes. Cohosh comes from an Algonquian word meaning “rough,” a reference to the feel of the rootstock when handled. Black Cohosh Root Tea, also known as bugbane because of its use as an insect repellant in the past, is also known by the names of squaw root and rattle root. Today, it is no longer looked at as a repellant, but is revered for its use in tea. Black Cohosh Root Tea is high in Vitamins A, B, B2, B3, C and K and contains calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, and zinc. While this tea is most popular for its use in women’s hormonal issues, it has also been used in China to fight symptoms of colds and coughs. Native Americans used Black Cohosh Root initially, and introduced it to European Colonists.
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