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Davidson's Tea Bulk, Herbal Chamomile and Fruit, 16-Ounce Bag

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Herbal Chamomile and Fruit
  • A pack of 16-Ounce Bag
  • USDA Certified Organic
  • Caffeine-free
  • Enjoy drinking this loose leaf bulk tea with our best selling and convenient Ultimate Tea Infuser, also available on Amazoncom or Davidsonsteacom
  • Packed in a paper/kraft stand up pouch (SUP) with aluminum foil lining to maintain freshness

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Product Description

Flavor:Herbal Chamomile and Fruit

Our best selling herbal blend with natural sweetness and complex fruit flavors.


Product Details

Flavor: Herbal Chamomile and Fruit
  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 4 x 10 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B000SAPXEU
  • UPC: 885669936668 885474209520 022045063642
  • Item model number: 22045063642
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5,780 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,980 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Ingredients

100% Organic Rose Hips, Chamomile, Orange Peel, Lemon Peel and Lemon Myrtle.

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78 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Willie on October 13, 2011
Flavor Name: Organic Hibiscus Flowers Cut and Sifted Verified Purchase
I used to buy the unsifted counterpart of this tea and in my opinion this is much better deal. You only get finely cut flower petals without the bulbs, stems and what not which you would get with the slightly less expensive unsifted version of this. Having only the flower petals means you actually have to brew less of the product to get the same result.
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72 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Ronald M. Chavin on December 29, 2012
Flavor Name: So African Green Rooibos Verified Purchase
All 4 South African herbal teas - green (unfermented) rooibos tea, red (fermented) rooibos tea, unfermented honeybush tea, and fermented honeybush tea - can thrive only in southwestern South Africa. Green rooibos tea is substantially higher in beneficial phytochemicals (many different types of polyphenols) than red rooibos tea. According to one study, polyphenols comprise 41 percent of the total solid matter in green rooibos tea extract but only 30 percent of the total solid matter in red rooibos tea extract. However, several studies say that drinking one cup of red rooibos tea would be just as healthy for us as drinking one cup of green rooibos tea. The reason is that one tea bag of red rooibos tea can only be steeped in hot water about twice while one tea bag of green rooibos tea can be steeped in hot water 4 or 5 times. In other words, red rooibos tea leaves deplete themselves better than green rooibos tea leaves when dipped into hot water. That's why scientific studies agree that the first cup of red rooibos tea contains just as much beneficial phytochemicals as the first cup of green rooibos tea. Overall, both rooibos teas and both honeybush teas are about 90% as healthy for us to drink as green tea. Both rooibos teas and both honeybush teas are caffeine free and tannin free. Aspalathus (rooibos = redbush) and Cyclopia (honeybush) are 2 different genera in the same subfamily, Faboideae (edible legumes), of the same family, Fabaceae (legumes). Soybeans, green beans, sweet peas, chickpeas, lentils, fenugreek seeds, peanuts, clover sprouts, astragalus root powder, and all common beans are also extremely healthy-to-eat members of subfamily Faboideae.Read more ›
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108 of 119 people found the following review helpful By Voltaire on February 20, 2010
Flavor Name: Herb Pure Org Hibiscus Flowers Verified Purchase
I am also trying out hibiscus tea because I have read that there are clinical trials that show hibiscus lowers blood pressure. I'm not sure how strong hibiscus tea is "supposed" to be, but about 10 petals in a coffee mug works for me. The tea produced is very strong and exceptionally sour which, personally, I love. I would say it's similar in taste to rhubarb which I also love. You can add a sugar or sugar alternative if you want, but I say it tastes great straight.

I was expecting this to be a finely chopped powder, but as others have said, these are full petals (see my user added image). You don't really need to buy a tea strainer for this. I use a bombilla sometimes,Stainless Steel Spring Bombilla 1 Count, but really, it isn't necessary. Which is convenient for those of us who get lazy. Put petals in coffee mug, pour in water, microwave for 1:30, voila! Just throw away or eat petals when finished. (They have a nice texture to them after they've steeped for a few minutes).

Other notes: the tea produced is a very deep and pretty magenta. If it spills on something white, like for example my shirt, it turns into an indigo stain. Would probably be good for and all-natural tie-dye.

From Wikipedia:
"A study published in the Journal of Human Hypertension has shown that drinking hibiscus tea can reduce high blood pressure in people with type 2 diabetes. The study results showed the average systolic blood pressure for those drinking hibiscus tea decreased from 134.8 mmHg (17.97 kPa) at the beginning of the study to 112.7 mmHg (15.03 kPa) at the end of the study, one month later.[5] This is consistent with its supposed role as a diuretic."
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64 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Aaron702 on February 13, 2010
Flavor Name: Silver Needles Verified Purchase
Silver Needles is the most prized type of white tea one can buy. Davidson's Tea gives you this fine tea at a good price for the volume of leaves.

This tea has a white fur on each little leaf. Supposedly, this is because it is picked from the top two leaf layers of early (immature) tea. For those who have not had Silver Needles before, it has a much more subtle tea flavor than does green tea. For some, this may not be as pleasant to drink, so before you put out the money for an entire pound, you may want to try it in a less expensive way first. For myself, I do prefer green and even black tea, but white tea has some health advantages I seek.

As others have mentioned, you can definitely get at least three good brews out of this tea. Also, the tea does not leave you jittery from caffeine as similar amounts of green or black tea would. This is, in part, because it has less caffeine than the others, appears to have a stronger concentration of differing antioxidants, and it has more theobromine and theanine--both of which soothe and calm people. You are left amazingly alert but calm as you drink this. If you have something to do that requires a lot of concentration, drinking this tea greatly helps you focus. I cannot fully describe just how strong this effect is, but your mind functions as well as if you had just had a great night's sleep, coupled with a vigorous workout (depending on how much tea you used or how long the initial brew took -- the more the better). The effect seems to be most noticeable starting 30 minutes after drinking the first cup and lasts many hours.

Without a doubt, the tea tastes best if brewed at something below 170 degrees (probably 160 is best). I have taken to using a kitchen thermometer if I'm in doubt as to its relative temperature.
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