Dr Sally's Botanicals
Pickup available at Chapel Yard Organics Ltd
Usually ready in 24 hours
A warming and supportive herbal blend containing elderberry, ginger and echinacea.
Dr Sally Moorcroft is passionate about the power of nutrition and herbs to promote health. She has created these unique herbal tea blends to nourish, cleanse and rebalance your body and mind.
Our teas use only the highest quality ingredients. The power of nature to you, one delicious sip at a time....
100% Plant Based
Professional grade organic herbs
15 Bio-degradable temples or Loose Tea
The bags are made from cellulose and are biodegradable and compostable. This is sourced from renewable wood pulp. Tea temples are made from 100% polylactic acid, from non GMO source and are certified as compostable and biodegradable.
Common thyme - supports the immune system
Elderberry - is rich in the antioxidant, anthocyanin and flavonoids
Garden sage - antioxidant properties, digestive health, immune health
Echinacea - contribution to the proper function of the body's defensive system
Ginger root - ginger may help to manage inflammatory responses
Elderflower - help to support the immune health
Organic Common Thyme, Organic Elderberry, Organic Garden Sage, Organic Echinacea pupurea leaf, Organic Liquorice, Organic Cinnamon Bark, Organic Ginger Root, Organic Echinacea pupurea root, Organic Elderflower
How we like it:
1 temple per cup/ add boiling water, cover and infuse for 5 - 15 mins
Contains liquorice people suffering from hypertension should avoid excessive consumption.
Herbal teas are a gentle yet effective way to include these wonderful plants in your life. We would recommend the following doses if you are looking to gain the most out of their active constituents, infusing each cup for 5-15 minutes:
Honey can be added to taste, except for babies less than 1 year old.
Adult 3-4 cups a day
Child 8-16 1/2 an adult dosage
Child 2-8 1/3 of an adult dosage.
Child 0-2 1/2 cup of weak infusion sipped throughout the day. This can be in a bottle or added to water.
With herbal teas you can simply make them weaker by infusing them for a shorter period of time (ie for 5 minutes).
Pregnancy and Breastfeeding:
Avoid taking all herbal teas in the first trimester of pregnancy, unless specifically indicated to be suitable.
Take only 1-2 cups a day of herbal tea in the rest of pregnancy and while breast feeding, and aim for a variety of different teas.