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To make an infusion of Tilia goes beyond the comforts of a hot drink, with a pleasing taste, it offers hints of sweet cherry and mandarin which exerts a relaxing effect upon tense musculature and inflammation anywhere in the body, bringing relief and calmness for both the body and mind.

Historically the Native Americans used the Tilia herb to relieve tension headaches and sooth the stomach.

Nettle was sacred to the Saxons, being used to treat sore muscles and pain, due to it's high content of polyphenols and anti-oxidants, which counteract inflammation and protect the body's cells from damage and ageing.

The dash of bright yellow and white add to the lightness of this blend which can be drunk at anytime and particularly beneficial following a therapeutic treatment.

White Practice Tea House blend

  • Tilia cordate (Linden or Limeflower)

    Urtica diocia (Nettle )

    Jasminum polyanthum (Jasmine petals)

    Helianthus annuus (Sunflower petals)

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