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Heart Tonic Tea - 3.5 oz. Dry Herbs
SKU: SB:Heart Tea
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Why You Need It

Good for the entire circulatory system. Tones the heart muscles.

The properties of the Hawthorne berry help to protect heart cells. It has also been shown to help the heart muscle survive on lesser amounts of blood and oxygen. Surviving on lesser amounts of blood and oxygen means the heart can take a bit of a break to repair, rejuvenate, and heal if there has been some damage.

Ingredients

Organic and Wildcrafted Ingredients: Hawthorne berry, leaf & flower, Red Clover blossoms, Motherwort flower and Cayenne pepper.

Suggested Use

NOTE: This formula is even more effective when used in conjunction with the Heart Tonic Concentrate.

This tea is not powdered, but contains whole or cut dried herbs, flowers, seeds, roots bark and/or berries which require soaking and simmering to extract their beneficial properties.

Mild Tea:

1.Soak 2 Tablespoons of dry tea in 1 quart of water overnight.
2. Bring to a boil in a covered pot and immediately turn down to simmer for 15 minutes. Best used within 24 hours.
3. Drink 2-3 times a day, 1-2 cups each time.

Strong Tea:

1. Soak 3 Tablespoons of dry tea in 1 quart of water overnight.
2. Bring to a boil in a covered pot and immediately turn down to simmer for 15 minutes. Best used within 24 hours.
3. Drink 3 times a day, 1-2 cups each time.

Extender tips to make your bag of tea last longer:

~Soaked herbs and water can be ground in a blender before simmering to make a stronger dose of tea.

~ This tea is so potent, you can reuse it a second and third time. Put strained herbs in refrigerator until evening to soak again.

1. Add water and another 1 Tablespoon of dry tea to leftover strained herbs and soak again overnight.
2. Simmer the next morning and enjoy.
3. Discard leftover soaked herbs after 3 days.

Cayenne's properties are oil-based. So if it feels too hot, put some cream, coconut oil or butter in the tea to reduce that. Or eat oils or fats with it to reduce the heat, such as cheese or some butter on bread or a cracker, or an oily food such as avocado or eggs.

A teaspoon of coconut or olive oil works also well to cut the heat after, if needed. Regular use builds a tolerance to the heat, and you will find you can take it easily.

Precautions

Contains cayenne:

Avoid getting cayenne on hands, face or in eyes as it feels hot. Wash hands well if there is contact and avoid touching the eyes. Vinegar can help remove it thoroughly from the skin.

Cayenne does pass into breast milk, so nursing mothers should avoid cayenne.

Consult your health care practitioner before using if you have a medical condition:

Cayenne may increase the risk of bleeding associated with blood-thinning medications, and increases the effects of other blood-thinning herbs such as ginkgo, ginger, ginseng, and garlic.

Cayenne may lower blood sugar levels, raising the risk of low blood sugar or hypoglycemia. Ask your doctor before using cayenne if you have diabetes.

 


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