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Seems prickly at first, but truly nurturing and supportive.
A traditional spring tonic—known to support joint health.*
Reason to Love
Although it might seem off-putting at first—what with the prickly sting and all—once you’ve become friends with nettle you’ve got a friend for life. A tonic, often drunk in the spring when nettle’s pokey presence is prevalent, we love nettle’s green, hay-like taste nearly as much as we love its ability to support the whole body.*
Pleasantly refreshing, hay-like and slightly bitter.
“I've been purchasing Nettle Tea now for many months and absolutely love it. I definitely feel better simply for drinking it and love to joke with my friends that it tastes like grass clippings, but it doesn't really! It's tasty and I drink 2-3 cups every day.”Buddha Bear See All Reviews Write A Review
Walentyna is just one of the many wild collectors who gathers our stinging nettle by hand (without gloves!). Typically, she rides her bike into the fields near her home in a small town in Poland. She finds a good spot and strolls through the meadows gathering nettle. She strips the leaves off the stem, then brings them to her home where she carefully dries them in her attic—a clean, dry place specifically used for herbs. She is part of a collector network that has been using the premiums they earn from wild collection to improve their quality of life.Supplement Facts How To Brew
Pour 8 oz. freshly boiled water over 1 tea bag.
Cover cup & Steep for 10 minutes.
Squeeze tea bag to ensure maximum goodness in your cup.
Enjoy 3-4 cups daily.
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