UPC: 733739042323 Total Weight: 0.39 lbs (0.18 kg)
Package Format: 24 Tea Bags
Traditional Herbal Blend
Now Foods Ojibwa Herbal Cleansing Tea is an old recipe once prepared by the Ojibwa in the Canadian territories.
Warnings: Contains red clover, sheep sorrel, licorice root, barberry and rhubarb. Consult physician if pregnant/nursing or have a medical condition.
Notes: Premium tea bags with a no-staples design. Contains no artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, or sugars.
Recommended Use: Steep tea bag in 8 oz. of hot water for 3-5 minutes, depending on desired strength.
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I have used Ojibwa Herbal Cleansing Tea now for three years and would not want to be without it. It's soothing and definitely organic. I steep it for about seven to eight minutes and use it four times a week. It makes me sleep better and regulates my urinary urges. I highly recommend it.
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