Sutherlandia Tea (Loose Cut 50g)

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Soothing Botanical Infusion: Sutherlandia Tea (Loose Cut 50g)

Embark on a journey of tranquility with our Sutherlandia Tea, a carefully curated loose-cut blend designed to offer a calming and flavorful herbal experience.

Key Features:

  1. Botanical Harmony: Our Sutherlandia Tea brings together a blend of handpicked herbs, each contributing to a soothing and harmonious infusion.

  2. Immune-Nourishing Elixir: Immerse yourself in the potential wellness benefits of this herbal tea. Sutherlandia is traditionally believed to support immune health, providing a natural boost (van Wyk, 2008).

  3. Gentle Digestive Support: Enjoy the gentle support for your digestive system that this tea may provide, making it an ideal choice after meals.

  4. Relaxation in Every Sip: Let the calming aroma and delicate flavors of Sutherlandia Tea create a serene moment in your day, promoting relaxation.

What Sets Our Tea Apart?

  • Thoughtfully Selected Ingredients: We've chosen premium Sutherlandia and complementary herbs to ensure a well-balanced and delightful tea-drinking experience.

  • Loose Cut for Freshness: The loose cut preserves the freshness of the herbs, allowing you to savor the full spectrum of their natural essence.

  • Purity in Every Cup: Our Sutherlandia Tea is free from artificial additives, colors, and preservatives, ensuring a pure and natural infusion.

Brewing Instructions:

  1. Use a teaspoon of loose tea per cup.
  2. Pour hot water over the tea.
  3. Let it steep for 5-7 minutes.
  4. Strain and enjoy the calming goodness.

Caution: If you have specific health concerns or are pregnant, consult with your healthcare provider before adding new herbal blends to your routine.

Indulge in Tranquility with Sutherlandia Tea!

Elevate your tea-drinking experience with the gentle embrace of Sutherlandia. Order your Loose Cut 50g Sutherlandia Tea today and discover the serenity in every sip.



van Wyk, B. E. (2008). The potential of South African plants in the development of new medicinal products. South African Journal of Botany, 74(4), 602-619.

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