This Alaskan labrador tea was foraged approximately 100 miles south of the Arctic Circle.
This makes it:
-Free of any Artificial Ingredients
Check out our write-up on labrador here on the research blog.
Take note: there IS such a thing as consuming too much labrador. Ever heard of mad honey? Alaskan labrador tea is in the same family of plants, and it is widely known to cause at least a headache if too much is used. Most people will suggest to use anywhere from 2 to 5 leaves. This obviously depends on the size of the leaves and the frequency of use.
Though labrador is referred to as a “tea”, it is not a caffeinated member of the camellia sinensis family of true teas, it is instead an “herbal tea”. Some people insist on calling herbal teas “tisanes” or “infusions”, and it doesn’t really matter which you prefer.
We also carry Siberian labrador, Sagan Dalya. Sagan Dalya is my preferred labrador plant if you care to know, but they each have their own merits.
International customers: please beware of the laws of your country. You are responsible for any additional taxes required from you. We are not responsible for the actions of customs.
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The above is intended for informational purposes only, this product is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please consult a healthcare professional before using ANY herb whatsoever. Store in a cool area away from direct sunlight.
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