Cozy Campfire Wild Herbal Tea Health Benefits:
Wild Nettle is rich in chlorophyll. They are a significant source of vitamin C, D, and A. The nettle is 20% minerals including calcium, silicon, potassium, chromium, phosphorus, magnesium, and zinc.
Wild Raspberry leaf infusion is said to help with menstrual cramping and bleeding, as well as helping with the nausea woman experience during menstruation and ovulation.
Wild Mint leaves are said to aid digestion and help ease indigestion, gas, heartburn, ulcers, and colic. It is also said to be an effective vasodilator, as mint stimulates circulation and can help reduce heart palpitations.
Wild Rosehips are also full of bioflavonoids, making it a “heart smart” food.
Wild Cranberries – There are more than 20 antioxidant compounds found in cranberry tea, ranging from anthocyanins to tannins and flavonols; this high concentration makes this tea an excellent means of preventing oxidative stress and neutralizing free radicals, thus preventing a number of chronic heart diseases.
Each herbal blend we make in small batches at our remote “off-the-grid” wilderness facility located deep in the Northwest Territories boreal forest. Our entire facility is run using solar energy. This ensures that the air drying of the collected herbs is done in a location far from any pollutants or contaminations. All of our harvesting locations are in pristine virgin forests (old-growth), as here in the Northwest Territories of Canada, there has been very little development or natural resource activity over the years.
Sandra Adams –
I like all of Amy’s teas but this is, by far, my favourite.
A delicious taste and a perfect way to relax ! A cup of this calms the soul.