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Lavender Dream Bilberry Tea

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Edit tea info Last updated by Denise @ Nature's Tea Leaf
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  • “Very... interesting. I've never had dried bilberries in a tea before, and it's a little interesting that they're brown. I would have expected them to be blue. I'm not sure that they come through in...” Read full tasting note
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Lavender Dream Bilberry Tea is an exclusive blend of bilberry, lavender, rosebud and lemon ginger herbal teas that will not only assist in eliminating food cravings but will provide a boost of vitamin C while aiding digestion and easing the stress of a hectic day. For centuries bilberry has been used to aid in circulation and reduce blood sugar levels all the while promoting weight loss by helping to eliminate food cravings. The sweet and floral lavender is known for its wide range of benefits. This purple flower can be beneficial in reducing headache pain and improving sleep quality by helping to relax the nervous system. Beautiful, bright plump rose buds add a delicate aroma and a natural source of vitamin C. Genuine pieces of organic ginger and vitamin C filled lemon are dried to preserve their true natural flavor. The zing of lemon and spicy bite of ginger will soothe the soul and round out a truly unique original blend.

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Very… interesting. I’ve never had dried bilberries in a tea before, and it’s a little interesting that they’re brown. I would have expected them to be blue. I’m not sure that they come through in the tea very much. What we get is a strongly floral tea with a lemony finish. I wouldn’t say I entirely dislike it, but I would say that it’s a spritzer and a fancy label away from being perfume.

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