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Rose Hips with Hibiscus

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Personality
Generous, hearty and sassy.

Herbal Power
Tantalizes the taste buds and used for millennia to support everyday wellness.*

Reason to Love
In ancient Anglo-Saxon tradition, rose hips were strung together and worn by the hopeful to attract love. Legend has it that raiding Vikings fortified themselves with these berry-like fruits while invading foreign lands. During World War II, British children took doses of rose hip syrup when fresh foods were scarce. Today, we enjoy drinking it as a healthy beverage.*

Taste
Fruity, tangy and refreshing.

What’s in your cup?

“What are rose hips?” you may ask. They are the hearty, oblong, berry-like fruits of Rosa canina, a rosebush widely spread around the world. After the rose’s iconic flower has been pollinated, the petals drop off and the hips begin to form, encapsulating the seeds of future plants. Harvested by hand at the peak of ripeness, our organic Rose Hips with Hibiscus tea offers a robust and tangy berry character.

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How to Brew

Pour 8 oz. freshly boiled water over 1 tea bag.

Cover cup & Steep for 10-15 minutes.

Squeeze tea bag to ensure maximum goodness in your cup.

Enjoy up to 4 cups daily.

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