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Mulli-Biscus Tea

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The Mulli-Biscus Tea blend was formulated for our customers who wanted just the mullein and hibiscus plants blended together. Each tea bag has organic mullein blended with dried and crushed hibiscus flowers. Each packet has 10 tea bags inside. Most of our lovely customers already know the benefits of both plants, but we've added more information for those interested. See the below information:

Mullein:  Contains over 46 different groups of compounds most notably; mucilage, saponins, coumarins and glycosides. Some of the compounds within the mullein plant that have received attention in available scientific literature are; verbascose, verbascoside, verbasterol, rotenone, mucilage, heptaose, coumarin, aucubin, and ascorbic acid, in addition to the minerals, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, and selenium being inside of this marvelous plant. It is known to be a great respiratory aide.

Hibiscus Flowers:

Hibiscus is a large genus of flowering plants, growing primarily in tropical and subtropical regions, whose flowers are used for a wide range of medicinal purposes and edible products ranging from making jams and jellies, to lowering blood pressure, aiding in weight loss, reducing cholesterol and, in some cases, treating cancer. Flowers from the Hibiscus sabdariffa are generally consumed by brewing a medicinal tea or eaten in salads. Like many herbal preparations, however, healing properties and potentially hazardous side effects are associated with the consumption of the plant. Certain precautions should be taken. (Do not drink more than 2-3 cups a day to keep from dropping blood pressure too low).

Medicinal Uses – Hibiscus flowers, roots and leaves, are anodyne and emmenagogue. They regulate menstruation and stimulate blood circulation. Flower extract has been traditionally used for liver disorders, high blood pressure and as an aphrodisiac. Young leaves and flowers are used in case of headache. Decoction of leaves, root and flower are helpful in treatments of arthritis, boils and coughs, and the flower is used externally in cases of sprains, wounds and ulcers. Hibiscus tea is rich in Vitamin C.

Other Uses – In foods and beverages, hibiscus is used as a flavoring. It is also used to improve the odor, flavor, or appearance of tea mixtures.

Herbs to Combine/Supplement - Some herbs could react with certain medication. Therefore, it is advisable to consult your doctor before consumption of any herb.

Parts Used - The flower, dried, cut, and powdered.

Precautions - This herb isn't recommended to be used by pregnant women as it could possibly stimulate contractions. Some have however have reported drinking hibiscus and Red Raspberry Leaf at the end of pregnancy when they're waiting for contractions to begin.

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