Buddha Teas, Valerian Root Tea, 18 Tea Bags
UPC Code: 819005010484
Valerian root tea is a great herbal remedy to keep on hand and is also valued as a relaxing warm beverage that can be enjoyed just before bed.
Valerian thrives in moist, temperate habitats, and can be found prevailing in woodlands, meadows and hillsides across much of the northern hemisphere. Originally from Asia and Europe, this plant was transported to North America, where it quickly took root and made the East Coast its home. Its pink and white flowers are known for a refreshingly pleasant scent, a dynamic opposite to the pungent nature of its root. In spite of this, humans have cultivated this plant specifically for its root for over 2000 years, and today, it is most typically powdered and served in herbal tea.
18 Tea Bags
Fresh water is essential for brewing a great cup of tea. We recommend using filtered or spring water and a glass, ceramic or stainless steel pot.
Use one tea bag per cup of boiling water. Cover and steep for 3-6 minutes.
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About Buddha Teas
We strive to create teas that do more than satisfy a thirst. Our teas use fresh, high quality ingredients to explore nature's best qualities and enrich the lives of tea drinkers everywhere. The fresh, organic herbs and tea leaves allow our teas to stay pure and natural, free from chemicals, preservatives and added flavoring. Our minimal processing and eco-friendly packaging helps to honor and protect the earth with every tea we make. This is our promise to you - that every sip provides you with the very best nature has to offer.
Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Keep out of reach of children. Please consult your health care provider if currently under care or treatment. Do not exceed recommended serving. See product packaging for additional safety information.
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