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Lemon Verbena

Lemon verbena contains a variety of plant compounds that provide unique health benefits. It has been used for hundreds of years in traditional medicine systems to treat respiratory conditions, digestive issues, and more! A few potential uses and health benefits of lemon verbena, all backed

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“Stevia is often touted as a safe and healthy sugar substitute that can sweeten up foods without the negative health effects linked to refined sugar. It’s also associated with several impressive health benefits, such as reduced calorie intake, blood sugar levels, and risk of cavities.”

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Rose Petals

“Drinking rose petals in tea may have originated in China. Rose tea is an important part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), where it is used to regulate qi, or life energy. TCM considers rose tea a potential remedy for:  * Stomach and digestive problems* Fatigue

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Borage tea is believed to have some calming effects, useful for the treatment of nervous conditions, and the leaves are said to stimulate lactation in nursing mothers. It is thought good for reducing fever and restoring vitality during recovery from illness. Because it enhances perspiration,

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“Saffron is the most expensive spice in the world. It is a powerful spice high in antioxidants. It has been linked to health benefits, such as improved mood, libido, and sexual function, as well as reduced PMS symptoms and enhanced weight loss.” Source: healthline.com Saffron

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Honeybush tea is a herbal infusion from South Africa. “Honeybush tea isn’t just another sweet-tasting tea. It’s also caffeine-free, nutritious, and contains very small amounts of a variety of minerals, including calcium, iron, and zinc, as well as beneficial plant compounds that have antioxidant activity.”

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