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Herbal Tea
Catnip, Chamomile, Licorice Root, Linden Flower, Linden Leaf, Orange Peel, Passion Flower, Peppermint, Skullcap, Strawberry Leaves, Valerian Root
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Peppermint flavor

Native Americans learned long ago how to make life enjoyable, to listen to the birds sing and to appreciate the harmony of nature. At the end of the day it was a special time to wrap up in buffalo robes and sit next to the fire to eat and tell stories while relaxing with a cup of herbal tea. It was during these special times when old-time stories were told. Stories of the creations of mankind, prophecies, and dreams, as well as other traditional stories designed to teach Indian youths of the good in the world.

This natural herbal mixture containing valerian root, scullcap and chamomile, is a fine blend which soothes and calms.

Naturally caffeine & gluten free.

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In the early days of the Native American Herbal Tea Company, our founding family would listen to the old ones tell stories of the herbs, flowers, and roots- where they came from and how they came to be put on the Earth. In 1987, our company was started with the intent to share this knowledge with the world and so we began formulating these herbs in a small room in a house and began producing one tea bag at a time. The teachings of how the roots, herbs, and flowers were used has taught us how to recognize and use these herbs at their height of potency. Our products are born from this knowledge and contain only the highest quality natural ingredients as "Mother Earth" intended. Enjoy our "Taste of Tradition." Native American Tea Company donates 5% of all profits after taxes towards scholarships at Sitting Bull College. Sitting Bull College is a fully accredited, four-year tribal college located in the Standing Rock Reservation at Fort Yates, North Dakota. Sitting Bull College has branch campuses at McLaughlin and Mobridge, South Dakota. You can read more at SittingBull.edu.

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