Traditional Medicinals, Organic Green Tea Hibiscus, 16 Wrapped Tea Bags, .99 oz (28 g) Traditional Medicinals, Organic Green Tea Hibiscus, 16 Wrapped Tea Bags, .99 oz (28 g)

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New Since 1974 Created by Herbalists Herbal Supplement Fair Trade Certified Non GMO Project Verified USDA Organic Certified by the California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF) Kosher Certified B Corporation Camellia Sinensis Hibiscus Sabdariffa Green Tea Hibiscus features high-quality, organic and Fair Trade Certified Green tea grown in the foothills of the Himalayas in Darjeeling India. Here it is paired with some of our favorite organic and Fair Trade Certified hibiscus, an herb traditionally used to support a healthy cardiovascular system. If you like this tea- you'll love our Hibiscus tea blended with lemongrass and blackberry leaf- tart and sassy, a real show off. Personality Tart and sassy, invigorating. Herbal Power Maintains cardiovascular health, mildly stimulating. Reason to Love What's not to love about hibiscus? A gorgeous heat-loving tropical flower, hibiscus is more than just a pretty face- traditionally used to maintain a healthy cardiovascular system, it has distinctively tart and tangy taste. Our herbalists have carefully crafted this tea to support a healthy you, combining green tea, drunk for many thousands of years as healthy beverage, with the extra wellness benefits of invigorating hibiscus. We've Got the Right Stuff This green tea has been grown and harvested under the Fair Trade Certification scheme, which ensures a fair deal for people and plant. Fair Trade Certification ensures fair pricing and Fair Trade benefits for grower communities. We use Fair Trade Certified herbs because people and plants matter. Taste Tart, tangy and mildly tannic. We enjoy this tea iced or hot, and sometimes with lime or lemon and a little sweetener.

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