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* NEW * Midlife Tea by Napiers

£10.00

Napiers Midlife Herbal Tea Blend is a relaxing, cooling tea for midlife to help ease some of the symptoms of menopause.

It's loose leaf tea, which is not only more environmentally friendly than tea bags, but Napiers say it helps to preserve the beneficial goodness of the herbs as they don't need to be finely chopped or powdered.

More details:

* Steep for 5-10 minutes. Strain & add honey or lemon to taste.

* Weight: 149.69 g (5.28 oz)

* Made in Scotland

* Full ingredients list: Rosa spp. petals (Rose Petals), Scutellaria lateriflora (Skullcap), Trifolium pratense (Red Clover Flowers), Turnera diffusa (Damiana), Salvia officinalis (Sage Leaf), Citrus aurantium (Orange Peel), Vitex agnus-castus (Chaste Tree Berry).

* May contain traces of: Celery, Tree nuts & cereals containing gluten.

About Napiers: Napiers are Scotland's oldest apothecary, dating back to 1860. Their founder, Duncan Napier was abandoned within hours of his birth & taken in by an innkeeper & his wife, who beat him & treated him like a slave. At the age of 9, he was apprenticed to a baker & found himself with a cough triggered by the flour dust. He left home at 15 & began to attend Scientific Botany classes in search of a cure for his cough. His interest in herbs grew when he joined the Edinburgh Botanical Society & developed his famed Lobelia Cough Syrup. It was an instant sensation, & Duncan decided to become a herbalist. Nowadays, Napiers supply herbal remedies to people the world over & continue to follow Duncan’s dream “to provide an affordable choice of natural health care for all people”. They remain true to their past, developing combination herb formulas (known as the tonic herb principle) to treat the whole person & the whole body.

APOLOGIES: Due to recent changes to packaging laws in France and Germany, we cannot ship to these countries. Any orders from France or Germany made in error will be cancelled and refunded in full.

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