Drinking a nice herbal tea.

Healthy herbs, rooibos, honeybush, decaf tea, and yerba mate.

Mar 20th, '09, 01:11
Posts: 1
Joined: Mar 20th, '09, 01:02
Location: Washington, DC
Contact: chrisg

Drinking a nice herbal tea.

by chrisg » Mar 20th, '09, 01:11

A nice and fruity herbal tea with an AMAZING aroma.


Mar 22nd, '09, 16:15
Posts: 42
Joined: Feb 7th, '09, 13:57
Location: United States

by CJluvsT » Mar 22nd, '09, 16:15

Hum. Looks like this has everything but the kitchen sink!

Mar 22nd, '09, 19:24
Posts: 519
Joined: Apr 1st, '08, 12:43
Location: united states IL.

by silvermage2000 » Mar 22nd, '09, 19:24

Its probley good for you. I do not think the tea would be to my personal taste though.

User avatar
Mar 27th, '09, 10:22
Posts: 96
Joined: Feb 17th, '09, 11:04

by tjausti » Mar 27th, '09, 10:22

I thought mistletoe was toxic?!?

edit: hmm I guess not... I seem to remember seeing a warning on the packaging on real mistletoe when we bought it around christmas... maybe something they added to it to keep it looking fresh for a month.......
Mistletoe leaves and young twigs are used by herbalists, and it is popular in Europe, especially in Germany, for treating circulatory and respiratory system problems, and cancer.[13] [14] [15] Mistletoe is being studied as a potential treatment for tumors. Although such use is not yet permitted in the U.S., mistletoe is prescribed in Europe. [3] [4] It is also an ingredient in the herbal beverages Fernet Branca and Jägermeister[citation needed].

Apr 24th, '09, 23:44
Posts: 18
Joined: Apr 8th, '09, 23:45
Location: Downey
Contact: yoshter576

sounds good

by yoshter576 » Apr 24th, '09, 23:44

Herbal teas arent much of my taste but that one actually looks good since I like teas that are good for the body. :)

+ Post Reply