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  • Tea is one of the most ancient forms of medicine and can be very comforting and pleasurable to drink.


Drinking tea made from loose herbs can be more affordable than taking capsules and, the body is able to assimilate tea easily.


 Medicinal teas can also have the added benefit of hydration.


Water is also an excellent solvent for minerals, mucilage, and most medicinal constituents.

Headache & Fever
Herbal Teas
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black cohosh - may help to calm the nervous system and reduce anxiety. may work to balance hormones and relieve symptoms of headaches. 

catnip - Not just for cats! The flowering top of this member of the mint family is excellent for migraine relief. It has anti-inflammatory characteristics that help reduce stress and anxiety, often the cause of migraine headaches. 

chamomile - calming and relaxing, relieves tension. 

feverfew - may work as an anti-inflammatory by inhibiting smooth muscle contraction. 

lemon balm - anti inflammatory and helps to reduce anxiety and symptoms of headaches. 

marjoram - the anti-inflammatory and calming effects of marjoram work to reduce pain associated with muscle tightness, muscle spasms and tension headaches.

meadowsweet - contains chemicals that are similar to salicylic acid and are used to create acetylsalicylic acid, a synthetic chemical known as aspirin. These chemicals give the plant additional properties including pain relief, fever reduction, and anti inflammatory. 

lavender - relaxing effects extend to muscular system relieving pains and strains. 

mint - the oil relieves the spasms that cause some types of headaches. 

skullcap - may help tension headaches and migraine. 

rosemary - anti inflammatory properties help reduce pain and swelling. 

vervain - Inflammation is at the root of most diseases. Vervain can provide anti-inflammatory, as well as pain-relieving effects. 

yarrow flowers - reduces the duration of fevers by inducing sweating. 

turmeric - beneficial in reducing inflammation in arthritis, joint swelling and reduction in pain. 

blue violet - anti inflammatory good for joint pain.


Do not use if pregnant. 



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