Organic Honeybunch Berry Dandelion Tea

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Dandelion Root

The dandelion to many is a persistent weed in our green lawns, however herbalists understand the virtues of the dandelion root. It is considered to be one of the most beneficial plants for detoxifying the liver and rejuvenating skin. The dandelion has an earthy and pleasant taste with a touch of bitterness. 
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Hibiscus, a flowering plant grown in tropical and subtropical climates, consists of large trumpet-shaped flowers with five or more petals. It tastes tart and sweet at the same time with a very pleasant full bodied flavor that produces a ruby red liquor. Fraser Teas uses hibiscus to enhance many of our teas. Consider hibiscus to be nature's answer to candies like Sweet Tarts. It has been known to help alleviate nausea and lower blood pressure. 
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Blueberries are a perennial plant native to North America and harvested from May through August. Blueberry has a complex, slightly sweet taste that is tangy and slightly acidic. Fraser Tea uses only organic blueberries grown in Michigan to compliment many of its teas. Very high in anthocyanins- an antioxidant , blueberries are thought to neutralize free radicals that can cause damage to our DNA, fight inflammation, and it can help lower cholesterol. 


Organic Honeybunch Berry Dandelion Tea garners its sweetness naturally from organic Honeybush and ripe blueberries.  Caffeine free and filled with flavor, enjoy the health benefits of this naturally detoxifying tea as an alternative to sugary beverages.  Sweet, fruity, and full of flavor, drink to your good health.


Fresh Michigan blueberries and schisandra berries offer sweet and tart flavors accentuated with floral notes with refreshing finish.


Honeybush*, Organic Flavor*, Blueberry*, Hibiscus*, Dandelion root*, Schisandra Berries*, Calendula*, Osmanthus*, Safflower*, Cornflower*,  *Certified Organic


No Caffeine

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Brewing Method

1 tsp/sachet


5 min

2 tsp/sachets
for iced tea

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