Hawthorn Berries For Tea

Hawthorn Berries For Tea – 67% hawthorn leaves, 33% hawthorn berries. This unique hawthorn blend is one herbal tea you’ll want to take a deep dive into.

With an ancient mystical tradition as part of its history, and a modern reputation as a physical and emotional support herb, our Hawthorn Berry Tea presents a grounded way to enjoy a magical cup.

Hawthorn Berries For Tea

Like other small berries, Hawthorn Berry Tea provides important nutrients that nourish the body in many ways. When a mixture of leaves and berries, this tea does not end like other small berries; Its taste resembles more of a medicinal blend, than a fruit tea, which makes sense, as it’s regularly employed in Chinese Medicine. Rich in antioxidants, this tea also lends anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. These qualities and more make Hawthorn Berry Tea a perfect choice for those looking for an exciting, convenient way to add natural nutrients to your life.

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Hawthorn Berry Tea can even be mixed with other excellent teas such as Goldenseal Tea to provide an outstanding herbal blend. At Buddha Teas we know natural ingredients are important to you, that’s why we offer only the highest quality herbal teas. We like to make things easier for you by offering discount coupon codes, lower prices for bulk orders, and even free shipping on any order of $50 or more.

Buddha Teas searches the world for the finest herbs, flowers, spices, and teas to incorporate into our wellness products blended with herbal salts. We NEVER use “natural” additives or flavorings. Instead, we use large amounts of key ingredients to ensure our products have the best effectiveness. During our exploration for the best, we found that living in harmony with nature is ideal. We have realized that whenever we need nature to provide for us, we must give something back. Sustainable harvesting and keeping waste and pollution to a minimum makes sense to us. Buddha Teas are 100% chemical free, from our bleach-free tea bags to our use of soy-based inks for our beautifully colored tea labels and boxes. When you buy Buddha Teas, you not only enjoy a delicious, hand-crafted, all-natural tea, but you will also feel peace of mind knowing that you are buying your tea from a company that gives back to our beautiful planet. the

Our tea bags may not be the whitest, but they are the safest because Buddha Teas ONLY uses unbleached tea bags. For us, this is not a preference but a necessity. Bleached tea bags contain harmful chemicals such as dioxin and epichlorhydrin. Dioxin is a highly toxic chemical compound produced by some chemical processes such as bleaching paper. It falls into the category of a POP (persistent organic pollutant) which, as the name suggests, persists and refuses to break down in our bodies and the environment, potentially taking decades of detoxification. Epichlorhydrin (bleach) is also toxic and is listed as a hazardous air pollutant (HAP). It has been classified by the EPA as a human carcinogen.

We believe that our customers should never have to choose between their health and their senses so we proudly offer bleach-free tea bags so they can taste the purity of natural tea without the cost of harmful chemicals or additives.

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Our “Tea for Trees” campaign creates a sustainable model that restores one of our most precious resources while offsetting the paper used in our products. We’ve partnered with the Trees for Us National Forest Foundation, a program that plants millions of trees each year throughout our national forests.

By giving back whenever possible, Buddha Teas strives to honor the earth and its many blessings. Help us plant trees while enjoying an adult-free tea that’s healthy for you, and our planet. Read more about it here. Hawthorn has a long history of use in traditional Western herbalism and is well-loved for its affinity for the heart. Red berries are in

They have been an ingredient in jams, wines, cordials, and candies for centuries. A member of the rose family, hawthorn is a large bush covered with sharp thorns. Sometimes spelledhawthorne, berries are collected fully ripe in autumn before the first frost. Hawthorn berries are often macerated in herbal vinegar and syrup, infused ashawthorn tea, or used in tinctures.

Hawthorn leaves, flowers, and berries have been praised over the centuries for their heart-lifting properties. Believed to lift and strengthen both the physical and emotional heart, hawthorn, as it supports healthy cardiovascular function, was also revered for ritual and spiritual purposes. Red berries are used in candies, jams, jellies, wines, and cordials and are widely available in many forms as dietary supplements.

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Is a thorny shrub or tree with stems and trunks composed of hardwood and gray bark, often with tri-lobed leaves and white flowers similar to other genera in the Rosaceae family and bearing bright red berries. There are about 280 known species, many of which are used in traditional medicine and can be used interchangeably. Generally,

Is derived from the Greek ‘kratos’, which means hardness and refers to the wood, ‘oxcus’ which means ‘sharp’, and ‘akantha’ which is a thorn. In many countries in Europe, in particular Germany, the hawthorn was used as a hedge, ‘Haw’ being an older term for ‘hedge’. This shrub was also referred to as ‘whitethorn’ because of its light bark.

Most commercially cultivated hawthorn is found in the United Kingdom and other countries such as Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, the former Yugoslavia, and Poland. Collect the flowering branches in the spring as all parts (leaves, twigs, spines, flowers) can be used for fresh tinctures. Or if dry, discard stems and spines. The berries are best harvested in the fall when they are fully ripe, and before the first frost.

Hawthorn has been used since the Middle Ages, with some accounts going back as far as the first century Greek herbalist Dioscorides. It was later used by the Swiss physician Paracelsus (1493-1541 CE). Considered a particularly symbolic tree with many folk tales and magical myths surrounding it, hawthorn was the “sacred tree medicine” of the ancient Druids, and was said to be in fairy houses, especially when growing with oak and ash trees. . However, he did not have the chance to bring the flowers to the house, quite possibly because they would have brought the fair people with them. Thorn branches and flowers were incorporated into the wedding crown to symbolize chastity and ensure prosperity in Greek marriages and were also used to decorate the changing worship of the goddess of marriage, Hymen. In Ireland, couples wanting the blessing of hawthorn would dance around it in wedding ceremonies. The branches were attached to the cradles of newborn babies to protect them from evil and were also used to decorate the mesh for May Day or Beltane ceremonies, which celebrated fertility and renewal. The flowering of this tree coincided with the first day of summer in May.

Hawthorn Berry Health Benefits And How To Use

In traditional European medicine all parts of the tree were appreciated and used: leaves, berries, flowers, and the wood. The flowers were used as a heart tonic and a diuretic, and the berries and leaves were made into a strong tea to soothe the throat. The rich bright red berries are also made into a delicious brandy cordial. In addition, the wood was carved into smaller objects such as boxes and combs and burned as fuel that produced wood fires that were very hot.

Hawthorn or ‘shanzha’ has been used in TCM since ancient times, however most historical uses have been related to digestion until recently. It is considered a slightly warm energetic, associated with the spleen, stomach, and liver meridians, and reflects both sweet and sour tastes. It is now used to support the cardiovascular system as well, and in fact, in China, the berries are so popular that they are made into hawthorn candies similar to ‘fruit rolls’ in the West.

Hawthorn is considered a superior heart stimulant by many herbalists. However, its effect on the heart is multifaceted. Many people consider hawthorn to be transformative for the emotional or spiritual heart as well. Herbalist Matthew Becker suggests that hawthorn is especially useful for women with “broken hearts” ie for those who “feel hurt and wounded.” Often the flowers and leaves are made of floral essence to address these types of emotional issues. Hawthorn is considered a little hot energetic and both sour and sweet in taste.

Precautions Please note that Hawthorn Berries will sometimes develop a white film on the berry. This is natural sucrose that matures in the outer skin. We recommend that you consult with a qualified health care professional before using herbal products, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or taking any medications.

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