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From Mountain Rose Herbs

Formerly known as Lung Tea, this warm decoction is great for the respiratory and chest area. The combination of roots and spices is both rich and comforting, making an excellent hot cup of tea any time of the day. Enjoy in the morning to open your airways or at the end of the day to clear and calm yourself for bed. Contains: organic Cinnamon bark, organic Fennel seed, organic Ginger root, organic Licorice root, organic Orange peel, organic Elecampane root, organic Echinacea purpurea root, organic Marshmallow root, and organic White Oak bark.

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1112 tasting notes

I broke the precious Beehouse teapot that Doulton gave me as I was making this tea! I just wanted to cry to you all little (cry, cry, cry)! It just slipped off of the counter and smashed into a million pieces.

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boo broken beehouse!


falling teapot,
into a thousand shards,
memories swim,
in wet eyes,
brimming with teas,
yet to be sipped.

goodbye little teapot.


Can the million little pieces make a garden stepping stone? A bracelet?


Aw Kashyap you’re going to make me cry more! :)

gmathis – that’s a good question! I swept them into the trash bag but maybe I’ll dig some out and think on them. P.S. Look in your PO box for something from me – around Monday they say :)




So sad about your teapot. What color was it? A local store here has a blue and white beehive with little bees on it. I know it would not replace the special sentiment of Doulton giving it to you, but let me know if you are interested. I have one because my mother and granddaughter have shared the name “Beatrice” and my Dad kept bees when I was growing up. So my family tends to collect “bee” things. What are you favorite colors?


Oh, I just realized, I was thinking Bee hive type teapot and you may be talking about the brand “Beehouse”! Which was it?



It was the brand Beehouse. That was so nice of you to think about me :) I like bees too, though – because they are pollinating friends, and because they have a queen :)

I wound up getting two tiny Stump pots – one for me and one for my husband. they’re so cute.


i LOVE my forlife teapots! seriously. i have 3.

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This is another that JacquelineM sent a while back for hubby when he was having problems sleeping. She uses Fidnemed to sleep but her husband likes this one. I have had a head/chest cold and since this was formerly named lung tea I thought it might do me good.

We went to a movie tonight and I kept hard candy in my mouth the whole time and barely coughed. Then I had a Coke float when I got home since it is family night and we get an ice cream dessert. Apparently, the cold triggered spasms of coughing and my muscles felt like they were being ripped right off my bones. If cold set it off, maybe heat would stop it.

I actually like this! No honey or anything, just the tisane, and definitely licorice root saying “HERE I AM!” There is a momentary taste that makes me think of…laundry detergent? Some scent I am familiar with but it isn’t coming to me right now. The coughing has stopped, probably just due to the fact that I switched from a super cold beverage that was no doubt constricting my airways/throat to a nice, soothing hot one. I don’t think the ingredients in the tea would work this fast.


Lung tea? Whew. Good thing they renamed it!

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This came with two other Mountain Rose tea samples from ashmanra with a beautiful springy, yellow card. I set the card and packets out on the kitchen table to enjoy and I nearly had to to wrestle the tea packets away from Tazo. He was on the table (which he never is) sniffing and pawing away at them! Not sure which of the three teas made him so excitable, but I wasn’t about to experiment further, or I would have none for myself!

Never had a tisane with oak bark in it. Not one I’d pick to drink for pleasure, necessarily, but the spices and licorice made it passable.

Medicinal value on this one—jury’s still out. It takes a hammer over the head to knock me out. I don’t think “hammer” was in the ingredient list, so I wasn’t deeply unconscious all night. That’s OK—I have two more blends to try!

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