Organic Wild Cherry Bark Tea

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Wild cherry bark is classified as an herb, and it contains a substance that traditional Chinese Medicine physicians like to use. This stunning herbal tea has also been used by Native Americans to treat a host of physical issues.

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Wild Cherry Bark Tea

Steeping Instructions

Fresh water is essential for brewing a proper cup of tea.

  • Use 1 teabag per cup of boiling water.
  • Cover and steep for 4 to 6 minutes
  • Remove tea bag and enjoy!

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In the Know

Have you even heard of wild cherry bark? We bet you have and you don’t even know it. Most everyone at some time in their life has suffered a serious enough upper respiratory “thing” to warrant downing an over-the-counter syrup or lozenge, which can both be loaded with sugars and grain alcohol. But here’s the deal: When your body is under the weather, the last thing it needs is sugar and alcohol, right? The sweet, syrupy nature of those offerings is nothing like the undressed property of actual wild cherry bark, which feels more mature, more earthy, and far more real deal.

Okay, But What Is Wild Cherry Bark?

Not to be confused with the chockecherry tree (prusus virginiana), the technical name for the wild cherry tree is prunus serotina. Wild cherry bark is classified as an herb, and it contains a substance called amygdalin (also found in blackberry leaves), which makes it useful in Traditional Chinese Medicine to quiet coughs. Native to eastern and central north America, and categorized in the rose family, though the bark of the small wild cherry tree appears smooth like the skin of a youngster, that of the large trees presents as an elder … seemingly decrepit, but as its layers are peeled away, the master imparts its wisdom. It is said that Native Americans employed wild cherry bark to combat a host of physical issues, including dressing wounds, and even tuberculosis!

Why Drink Wild Cherry Bark Tea?

Flavonoids, calcium, potassium, and iron are some of the hidden riches that make up the key components of this relatively unknown herbal tea. As a member of the rose family, you can imagine the kinds of physical and energetic ailments that are encouraged to transform by drinking Wild Cherry Bark Tea.

What Does Wild Cherry Bark Tea Taste Like?

With a shade slightly reminiscent of a French Rosé, and typically considered bitter (an element well known to stimulate digestion), the taste of Buddha Teas Wild Cherry Bark Tea is so surprisingly delightful we know you’ll return to this delicately helpful herbal tea again and again. And, even though wild cherry bark is considered to be bitter, our blend delivers a well-rounded taste, with a touch of sweet, and a tad of tart.

How to Make Wild Cherry Bark Tea

Heat water to boil, let steep covered for at least 5 minutes. Enjoy any time of day.

Why choose Buddha Teas?

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What sets us apart from other tea companies? We start with a philosophy of living in harmony with nature, not using it for profit. Buddha Teas uses only fresh, pure organic or sustainably wild harvested ingredients and maintains their natural purity in every tea we sell. We have also created the "Teas for Trees" campaign, planting 5000 trees a year to offset the paper use in our tea bags. Each of our tea bags is bleach-free to eliminate the risk of chemicals, and our boxes are made from 100% recycled material. When you buy Buddha Teas, you'll enjoy the fresh, full flavor of a truly natural tea in every sip.

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Buddha Teas is always looking for ways we can give back to our world. Our Tea for Trees campaign is designed to restore one of our most important resources and offset the use of paper in our products. We’ve partnered with the National Forest Foundation’s “Trees for US” program to plant thousands of trees every year. Every box you purchase helps us to support this cause. Read more about it here.

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Review Title: Nice and mellow taste

Review by Lauraon October 8, 2018
I drink it before sleep and feel it relaxes me and helps me sleep. tastes good, too!
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Review Title: Works for me

Review by Priscillaon December 28, 2017
This tea helps me to sleep, I drink a cup before bed and sleep very well.
Nice pleasant smooth taste. I will order more as I need it. Love it.
It helps to stop a cough.
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Review Title: Good quality tea

Review by Wisconsinon November 21, 2017
My mother has been prescribing cherry bark tea for me for winter wellness and until now, I've had the worst time finding it. While the bags are quite dusty when opened, the quality is high. I add a teaspoon of raw honey and my throat thanks me.
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Review Title: Hard to find

Review by Dawneon March 17, 2017
Was so glad to find and purchase this hard to find tea. It's an ancient remedy for breath. I had 3 imported Doberman Puppies come down with Kennel Cough. This was a total life saver! Thank you so much. I'm so Grateful
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Review Title: a flavor of its own

Review by Susanon February 24, 2017
This one has a distinct flavor of its own...I like it.
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Review Title: Woody and clean

Review by Laraon December 12, 2016
I like the woodsy and slightly tannic taste of this tea. It leaves a cleanness in my mouth and reminds me of a walk in the woods on a sunny, fall day.
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Review Title: Mild flavor

Review by Effieon November 13, 2014
I found this mild, but have tried it only 1 time will steep longer next time
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Review Title: Good If You Add Honey

Review by TheWittyOneon July 2, 2013
I’m not usually a fan of bark teas, but I decided to give this one a try. It has a pretty woodsy taste when served plain, but I put a heap of honey in it, and it actually tasted a bit like chocolate. If you like bark teas, you may like this one.
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