Sip and enjoy a cup of our organic echinacea tea, made from certified organic plants harvested in North America, and bagged by us using an NON-GMO, unbleached natural brown filter paper...
Our handmade organic echinacea tea bags are filled with the finest quality echinacea we can find, and as always we use our unbleached natural brown tea NON-GMO filter paper.
Master herbalists from numerous ancient civilisations - which include Native American, Chinese, Egyptian, and Babylonian - all used the echinacea plant as a way to promote overall health and wellbeing. - Oddly herbal therapy is referred to as alternative in the West today, but it is still the primary source of care in many countries.
Echinacea was named by Conrad Moench, a German botanist, it's derived from the Greek word echinos, which means hedgehog, from the plant's spiny appearance.
Echinacea became popular in Europe around the 17th century, after early European pioneers visited North America where the plant was widely used by Native American tribes, it was quickly exported to Europe hailed for its benefits.