Comfrey leaves - for a refreshing tea.
Price: £1.75
 
Product Code: 7TE02
Last Batch 89138 Produced on Thu 18 Mar 2021 11:31. Best before End Dec 2021. Produce of Hungary. Packed in the UK.

Comfrey Leaves (Loose Tea) 50g (Sussex Wholefoods)

£1.75    Product Code: 7TE02
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Comfrey Leaves for Tea

  • Loose herbal tea leaves.
  • With a refreshing flavour, similar to green tea.
  • May aid digestion and may help to soothe a sore throat.
  • An infusion can be used externally as a natural remedy for relieving bites and stings.
  • Packed in Sussex.
These comfrey leaves are used to make a herbal infusion. The flavour is gentle, and similar to green tea with a slightly minty fragrance.

Comfrey tea has been drunk for centuries as a digestive aid and to soothe coughs & colds. It is a natural anti-inflammatory.

Try also blending with Lavender and Thyme for a soothing herbal infusion.

Directions

Using a level teaspoonful of comfrey leaves per cup, make a brew in in a mug or teapot. Leave for 5 minutes, then strain.
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Ingredients:

Dried, cut leaves of Common Comfrey, Symphyti Officinale. (Produce of Hungary) For more information on our ingredients policy please see here

Vegetarian, Vegan. Packed in a factory that also handles nuts, soya, sesame, eggs, milk, mustard, celery, wheat and gluten.

Price: £1.75
 
Product Code: 7TE02

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