Gotu Kola Tea 36 g

Gotu Kola Tea 36g 24 bags by Alvita Teas.

Gotu Kola (Centella Asiatica) has been suggested to enhance integrity and vascularization of connective tissue and skin, hastens wound healing, stimulates hair and nail growth, improves elasticity and strengthen blood vessels, nerve tonic, circulatory disorders, arteriosclerosis, depression, schizophrenia, senility, psoriasis, aged related disorders, and fibrocystic disorders.

Gotu Kola.

Suggested Use:
The best way to make a good tasting cup of tea is by the infusion method. Place one tea bag into a cup and add no more than 6 oz. of boiling water. Let steep for 3 minutes and remove the bag. Press the bag before removing to enhance the flavor. Add honey to sweeten. Store in a cool, dry place.

Keep out of the reach of children.

Additional Information:
Since 1922, Alvita has been making the finest herb teas money can buy. Pure, natural singles and blends that bring you unsurpassed enjoyment, healthful benefits and complete satisfaction. No less reassuring is our unwavering commitment to the environment. Today, no herb tea company goes as far to protect the Earth and its precious resources--this package and its contents being testimony. There is no plastic shrink wrap on the outside. The box is 100% recycled board that can be recycled again. The finish is water-based. Our tea bags are English Pillow Style, with no strings, tags or staples attached. Even the tea bag paper is recyclable. And all our bags are oxygen bleached, not chlorine bleached, to safeguard you and our ground water. Degradable. Recyclable. Reusable. The key component of each is the word "able". At Alvita, we wholeheartedly believe we are all able to play a key role in preserving the wondrous world we live in. For us, it starts with offering you the most environmentally safe and responsible herb teas possible. Commonly referred to as a creeping weed and used for ground cover, Gotu Kola (centella asiatica) is grown widely throughout the tropical areas of the world. It has been widely used in Ayurvedic and traditional eastern medicine. Gotu Kola was not utilized by modern western herbalists until after World War II when renewed interest in the historical uses of Gotu Kola was revived. Today, contemporary herbalists recommend Gotu Kola for a variety of health benefits. Gotu Kola can be used as a condiment herb, or sprinkled sparingly onto foods, such as salads or vegetables. Gotu Kola is often used together with Ginseng and/or Fo-Ti to make a refreshing tea.

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