Boneset Herb Tea

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Boneset Herb Tea (Loose Tea) 

  • Pure Boneset Herb Tea 
  • Naturally Caffeine Free 
  • Packed to Ensure Freshness 

Description: Boneset Herb 
Botanical Name: Eupatorium perfoliatum 

We offer this herb tea in pure herb (no blend). You can also select your favorite tea with Boneset Herb and create your special tea blend. Available in blends with black tea, green tea, oolong tea, white tea, and rooibos tea. Please note that the herb tea blends may contain caffeine based on your tea selection. 

If you are pregnant, nursing or taking any medications, consult your doctor before use. Consult your health care provider before beginning use of any herb. 

For Educational Purposes Only
This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 

Due to various factors in harvest, each lot may differ in cut, color, taste, etc. Product images are used for illustration purposes only. Actual product may vary from image shown. 

Available in Bulk Loose Tea, Tea Bags, and Easy Brew Bags
Boneset Herb Tea (Loose Tea) 
Boneset Herb Tea (Tea Bags) 
Boneset Herb Tea (Easy Brew Bags) 

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  • 5
    A Sick Person's Best Friend

    Posted by Shadeclan on 5th Mar 2012

    I first read about the healthful aspects of boneset tea in Tom Brown's Field Guide - Wild Edible & Medicinal Plants. At the time, I was recovering from Lyme disease with Bell's Palsy and a mild case of Pneumonia which I couldn't seem to shake. The boneset tea, mixed with some peppermint tea, broke up my congestion and helped me recover fully from my Pneumonia. I also noticed that my Bell's palsy was improving - I was starting to have spasms in my facial muscles where before there was no movement at all. I highly recommend this tea for whatever ails you. Use 1 teaspoon boneset per cup of water. If you add mint, use about a half teaspoon per cup.