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Golden Rod & Knotgrass Tea

Cleansing herb tea blend

Golden Rod & Knotgrass Tea
  • Cleansing, detoxing, refreshing
  • Made from Golden Rod, birch leaves, knotgrass, horsetail and wild pansy
  • Available in convenient teabags

This herbal tea contains Golden Rod (Solidago) a herb in a group of about 100 flowering plants in the family Asteraceae. Golden Rods are mainly perennial and native to North America. They were brought into Europe and other parts of the world in the 18th Century and today, are commonly found in meadows, fields and ditches.

25 x 2g (in stock) £ 4.59


(Read 35 reviews)

Product reviews

Golden Rod Herbal Tea

Customer rating:

5th April 2018

“This product does what it says, it is also calming, stress reducing and helps limit or eliminate kidney and bladder infections.”

Response from A.Vogel: Delighted that you are enjoying the benefits of this delicious tea.

Golden Rod Herbal Tea

Customer rating:

14th February 2018

“Excellent. Can't fault it in any way”

Response from A.Vogel: Lovely feedback, thank you.

Golden Rod Herbal Tea

Customer rating:

27th October 2016

“Helps my son's bladder condition.”

Response from A.Vogel: Thank you for your feedback.

Golden Rod Herbal Tea

Customer rating:

21st February 2016

“Absolutely delicious. My husband has now started drinking it too.”

Gaby

Response from A.Vogel: Fantastic.

Golden Rod Herbal Tea

Customer rating:

27th August 2015

“This was the only way I could obtain some Knotgrass since the tincture was removed from the market.”

Response from A.Vogel: Alas, Knotgrass was indeed a great product.

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