Damiana Herbal Tea 50g - Certified Organic

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BENEFITS:
There’s evidence that Damiana has a long history of use as a natural aphrodisiac and relaxant.

DAMIANA: botanical Name: Turnera diffusa | Origin: Mexico | Plant Part: Aerials

Wild Crafted Damiana Herb Tea: Damiana is a medicinal plant that is native to the southern United States, Central and South America, and has a sweet, herbaceous flavour. This herb is technically a small shrub that produces yellow flowers.

There’s evidence that damiana has a long history of use as a natural aphrodisiac and relaxant in Central and South America, dating back to the time of ancient Aztecs and Mayans who lived in modern-day Mexico. 

Both Wild Crafted and Certified Organic products are free of harmful chemical additives and are much better and safer than their commercial grade counterparts. However, one isn’t necessarily better than the other.

Health benefits: tonic | stimulant | mild laxative | diuretic | antidepressant | testosterogenic | reputed aphrodisiac.

Precautions: Possible side effects of excessive doses include insomnia, headache, could affect blood sugar levels.

Serving Suggestions: Add one teaspoon per cup of boiling water and brew for 3-5mins or longer if desired.

Kombucha: There are many advantages to using certified organic herbs and tisanes in the finished kombucha tea and fermenting it further with flavours good for your health. A second fermentation period allows the flavours to meld and achieve a deeper and more complex profile, which increases the health benefits.

Kombucha Flavouring: add 1 tablespoon + 1 tsp sugar to your kombucha tea in a 750ml flip-top bottle or another air-tight container. Leave to ferment for 4-6 days at room temperature. Refrigerate. Enjoy!

Certified Organic

Why Choose Certified Organic Loose-leaf Tea?

Shipping: Our Certified Organic Teas & Herbs are delivered in sealed, air-tight pouches.

Add-ons

Stainless-steel Tea Canister

Each boxed canister holds between 400g – 500g of loose-leaf black or green tea and between 100g - 400g of herbs or tisanes.

The lid of the canister is see-through glass with an airtight rubber seal (see images) and a clip-down steel clasp. You will be provided with 2 attractive labels to stick on the canister. One 'Certified Organic' label and a label with the name and health benefits of the tea printed on it.

Canister Size: 19.5cm [H] x 12.5cm [W].

Stainless-steel Mesh Tea Infuser with Lid

This tea infuser is a high-quality stainless-steel teacup strainer/leaf infuser. It ensures a great brew every time - even with very fine cut tea leaves! So easy to use, simply put into your cup, mug or pot, add tea leaves, pour in hot water and enjoy!

The lid serves as a lid, whilst the tea is brewing, and as a base for standing the infuser in when you remove it from your teacup.

Material: High quality stainless steel with micro holes - perfect for brewing your favourite teas without any of the little bits left in your cup!

Dimensions: Height: 7.5cm, Width including arms: 10cm

Care Instructions: This is the easiest tea infuser you will ever own, simply rinse out tea leaves and dry after each use.

CERTIFIED ORGANIC:- We supply Certified Organic products for those seeking alternative remedies and therapies for health, healing and general well-being. Certified Organic refers to plants grown without the use of synthetic or toxic substances for a three-year minimum period. Artificial colours or fragrances cannot have been added. If we look at the term "certified organic" on a label, we know it to mean grown and cultivated without the use of chemicals. The term “Certified Organic” is overseen by several internationally recognised bodies. ~Organic (non-certified) means a compound that contains a carbon atom. Carbon is found in anything that has ever lived. This means that anyone can call his or her product “organic” without legal consequence because as yet there are no governing authorities monitoring companies who abuse this terminology of organic~ Our supplier undergoes a strict auditing process annually to ensure they comply with the rigorous standards involved in being Certified Organic. ACO Certificate No: 274P. WILD CRAFTED:- Before there was “Certified Organic”, herbs and plants that were gathered free of herbicides, pesticides, detergents and other harmful chemicals were referred to as “Wild Crafted”. Wild Crafted botanicals are not farmed or sprayed with any kind of pesticide. They are wild, native and organic by their own nature and retain the positive attributes of plants grown in their normal habitat. Certified Organic herbs and plants are usually grown under ideal conditions on a farm and produced according to standards which translate into no harmful pesticides, fertilisers or GMO plants (genetically modified organisms) to enhance their growth. Yes they are healthy, but because they are grown under the best conditions and not necessarily in their natural habitat, they may not retain all the attributes of their wild crafted counterpart. Both Wild Crafted and Certified Organic products are free of harmful chemical additives and are much better and safer than their commercial grade counterparts. However, one isn’t necessarily better than the other.