Organic Black Cohosh Root Tea

USDA Organic Tea
This remarkable plant, once known as black snakeroot, and cultivated from its underground parts, is highly prized for its ability to assist with a variety of health concerns, an herb especially important for women.

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Black Cohosh Root Tea

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For a proper cup of tea ...

  • Recommended temperature: 205°
  • Cover and steep to taste.
  • Remove tea bag and enjoy!

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This remarkable plant has long been employed to support women’s health. However, those seeking a good night’s sleep, anti-inflammatory properties, and a happy mood also turn to Black Cohosh Root Tea. Though some find the aroma off-putting, bees and other prolific pollinators love this plant.

A Little Black Cohosh History

Way back, before America as we know it today, when Native Americans were the guardians of the land, the use of black cohosh to address everyday health concerns was common. The Native peoples discovered how powerful the plant was in assisting with not only debilitating gynecological issues, but they found it to be healing for sore throats, kidney issues, and even depression. After European settlers arrived, black cohosh continued to be utilized medicinally. Come 1830, this remarkable plant made its debut in the U.S Pharmacopeia, but was called something else: black snakeroot, which makes sense when you understand that the parts of the plant that provide the medicinal magic are the rhizome and root, both snakelike in appearance. Today, the root is harvested and ground into a fine powder, which is then steeped into an herbal tea.

What Does Buddha Teas Black Cohosh Tea Taste Like?

Just because your cup of Buddha Teas Black Cohosh Tea smells a little like the earth, doesn’t mean this remarkable herbal tea is going to taste like dirt. Far from it! Though its taste is mild, there’s enough of a personality here to transport you to a place in time when your need for medicine was found in the open spaces surrounding you. We believe this is one you’ll want to keep in stock, a tea you’ll turn to again and again.

How to Make Black Cohosh Tea Taste Like

Brew with water heated to 205 degrees F, and give your tea bag a nice long steep, 5 to 10 minutes. This will leave you with the perfect cup of Buddha Teas Black Cohosh Tea.

Why choose Buddha Teas?

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Buddha Teas searches the world for the very best herbs, flowers, spices, and teas to incorporate into our blended and single herb wellness products. We NEVER use additives or “natural” flavorings. Instead, we use substantial quantities of key ingredients to ensure our products have optimal efficacy. During our exploration for the best, we found that living in harmony with nature is ideal. We've realized that any time we need nature to provide for us, we must give something back. Sustainably harvesting and keeping waste and pollution at a bare minimum made sense to us. Buddha Teas is 100% chemical free, from our bleach free tea bags to our utilization of soy-based ink for our labels and beautifully colored tea boxes. When you buy Buddha Teas, you’re not only enjoying a flavorful, hand-crafted, all-natural tea but you will also feel peace of mind knowing that you are buying your tea from a company that gives back to our magnificent planet.

Bleach-Free Tea Bags

Our tea bags may not be the whitest, but they ARE the safest because Buddha Teas ONLY uses bleach-free teas bags. For us, this is not a preference but a necessity. Tea bags that have been bleached contain harmful chemicals such as dioxin and epichlorohydrin. Dioxin is a highly toxic, chemical compound produced by some chemical processes such as bleaching paper. It falls into the category of a POP (persistent organic pollutant) which, as the name suggests, persists and refuses to breakdown in our bodies and the environment, potentially taking decades to detox. Epichlorohydrin (bleach) is also toxic and listed as a hazardous air pollutant (HAP). It has been classified by the EPA as a human carcinogen.

We believe that our customers should never have to choose between their health and their senses so we proudly offer bleach-free tea bags so that they can taste the purity of natural teas without the cost of harmful chemicals or additives.

Learn About Our "Tea For Trees" Campaign

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Our “Tea for Trees” campaign creates a sustainable model that restores one of our most precious resources while offsetting the paper used in our products. We’ve partnered with The National Forest Foundation’s Trees for Us, a program that annually plants millions of trees throughout our national forests. By giving back whenever possible, Buddha Teas strives to honor the earth and its many blessings. Help us plant trees while enjoying an unadulterated tea that’s healthy for you and our planet.

By giving back whenever possible, Buddha Teas strives to honor the earth and its many blessings. Help us plant trees while enjoying an unadulterated tea that’s healthy for you, and our planet. Read more about it here.

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