7 Tasting Notes
Sage leaf is fantastic for clearing up your sinuses. Instead of spending six or seven dollars on this packaged tea, head over to the bulk dried herb section of your grocery store, buy a bag full (will yield twice as much tea) for about two dollars and pack a tea ball full of sage leaves. Steep for about seven minutes and drink once it has cooled down a bit. The taste is pretty strong and mildy bitter if you are sensitive, but you will be thankful later that you don’t have to take speed to relieve sinus pressure. If money is no object, buy this tea, it is already bagged and you won’t have as many floaties.
Another good “Woman” tea, yet I think Celestial Seasonings Tension Tamer is more effective for that.
This tea is still pretty relaxing though, but you must like sasparilla.
This tea requires an aquired taste. It is effective but should not be used in excess, with alcohol, prescribed drugs or if you are pregnant. That is how strong it is. So drink responsibley. It can cause liver damage if overused.
An excellent tea to calm the nerves, ease pain and regain female balance. I go to this before I try ibupofen and most of the time it helps immensely. I think it tastes great. If you like minty, sweet, grassy teas and the subtle cinnamon flavor is a nice treat. I find it more calming than Kava tea.