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Benefits of Black Cohosh Tea

  • October 24th, 2014

The Black Cohosh plant, official name Actaea Racemosa and also sometimes known as black snakeroot or black bugbane, is native Eastern North America and found in woodlands from Ontario to Georgia and west to […]

Butterbur Tea Benefits

  • October 21st, 2014

A number of plants from the daisy family Asteraceae that have thick, creeping underground roots and large rhubarb-like leaves are commonly called butterbur. They are also called sweet coltsfoot. The plants contain components called […]

Lovage Tea Benefits

  • October 18th, 2014

Levisticum officinale is a tall perennial plant native to Europe and Asia although some sources say it originated in the Mediterranean. It is commonly called lovage but is also known as Cornish lovage, Italian […]

Corydalis Tea Benefits

  • October 15th, 2014

A genus of over 470 annual and perennial herbaceous plants in the Papaveraceae family is called Corydalis. The name originates from the Greek word ‘korydalis’ which translates to mean ‘crested lark’ and the plants […]