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An earthy twist on Moroccan Mint - Sneeze is blended with love and plants traditionally used in Ayurvedic, Chinese and Western herbal practices to bring peaceful sinuses. It’s a mouthful of mint, with hints of japanese green tea, and the taste of that sweet hay smell you get when driving by a freshly harvested field. A breath of fresh air perfect for spring cleaning or autumnal cat snuggles. 


Brew for 4-5 minutes

Use 1 tbsp of tea per 8 ounces of 212°F water


Want to know more about the ingredients? Here’s how some of them are traditionally used around the world:


The ingredients in Sneeze have been traditionally used to cool, tighten, adjust and soothe. Peppermint is traditionally used for it's stimulating action as well but it’s a cooling herb - balancing ginger nicely, and as Acupuncture Today references, peppermint is also associated with the Lung and Liver meridians, and is used to expel wind heat, clear the head and eyes, clear up rashes, and remove liver qi stagnation. The research on bee pollen as published by the National Institute of Health suggests a lot of interesting properties, including being anti-inflammatory and analgesic. Sencha (a form of green tea) has had many health benefits ascribed to it - this may be related to the high content of bioactive polyphenols. Polyphenols have been reported to possess antioxidant, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory activities; modulate detoxification enzymes; stimulate immune function and decrease platelet aggregation. Check out the works published on the National Institute of Health relating to green tea. The Naturopathic Herbalist shares that Eyebright has traditionally been used for acute catarrhal diseases of the eyes, nose, and ears (e.g. acute coryza, infections, poor vision, styes/hordeolum, sinusitis & conjunctivitis). And even Kaiser Permanente has chimed in about the effectiveness of feverfew for migraine prevention. 


Everything you put in your body has an effect on you. Folk Tea suggests that you consult with a qualified healthcare professional before using herbal products, particularly if you take other medications, or if you are nursing, pregnant, or expecting to become pregnant.  


This information is for education purposes, and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.


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  • mint, bee pollen, sencha, eyebright, feverfew