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Chinese Green Tea  
Chinese Green Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Green Tea is celebrated as the original tea in China with its heritage dating back 5000 years. processing involves hand picking selected leaves, steaming, hand rolling, then roasting until they reach an acceptably low moisture content. This is a gentle, full bodied, satisfying, medium strength tea, neither harsh nor quick to go bitter.Ancient Chinese saying: "Better to be deprived of food for thre... [Read More]
 
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Bay Leaf Whole  
Bay Leaf Whole - Celebration Herbals
          Bay leaves are one of the elements of a classic Bouquet Garni, along with parsley and thyme. Traditionally, these herbs are combined in a wrap or cheesecloth, added to a dish, allowed to simmer, then lifted out at the end of cooking. Bringing together other flavours, giving them depth, and adding richness is what Bay leaves do best. Add them to fish dishes, meats, vegetables, soups, stews, marina... [Read More]
 
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Ground Coriander Seed  
Ground Coriander Seed - Celebration Herbals
          Coriander's warm, distinctive, fragrant odour and pleasant taste have made it a favourite, especially in the East where it is used as a condiment and in spice mixtures such as curry powder. Used in curry powder, sausages, baked goods, and other spice mixtures, Coriander is also added as a flavouring to certain types of alcohol such as gin.
 
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Dill Seed  
Dill Seed - Celebration Herbals
          Use dill seed to add flavor to potato salads, salad dressings, sauerkraut, soups, cabbage, and meat dishes. Using Dill seed in pickles the most famous culinary use is a 400 year old tradition. Dill weed and dill seed comes form the same plant. Dill weed comes from dried dill leaves and is milder in flavor than kill seed. Dill derives it's name from the old Norse word "dilla" meaning "to lull" as i... [Read More]
 
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Echinacea Purpurea Tea  
Echinacea Purpurea Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Echinacea is native to the prairie regions of North America. The Native Americans used this herb as a snakebite remedy and taught the settlers it's many uses. Echinacea has been the subject of much research and has become a staple in the modern-day herbal medicine chest. Echinacea is commonly combined with Goldenseal or Elderberries in herbal remedies. Today, these are some of the most frequently ... [Read More]
 
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Rosemary Leaf  
Rosemary Leaf - Celebration Herbals
          An evergreen shrub with pale blue flowers, Rosemary has long been a symbol of remembrance, love, and fidelity. Its leaves, much like needles, have an aromatic menthol scent and bittersweet flavour. Commonly used to flavour vegetables, meats, poultry, soups, stews, and fish. Rosemary complements the herbs Chives, Thyme, Chervil, Parsley, and Bay leaves.
 
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Thyme Leaf  
Thyme Leaf - Celebration Herbals
          Thyme is one of the Fines Herbs of French cuisine. Use in bouquet garni, soups, chowders, stuffings, fish dishes, tomatoes, vegetables, meat and poultry. A small, aromatic shrub, Thyme has been described as the most nearly perfect useful herb due to its ability to blend with many foods.
 
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Honeybush Tea  
Honeybush Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Popular for decades in South Africa, this tea derives its name from the scent of its beautiful yellow flowers and the taste of its tea. With a flavour of honey and apricots, this remarkable tasting tea can be improved only by adding the slightest touch of honey to accentuate its natural sweetness. Traditional methods of making Honeybush involve four characteristic processing steps: harvesting, cut... [Read More]
 
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Meadowsweet Tea  
Meadowsweet Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Also known as bridewort, meadowsweet is native to Europe but also found in North America, favouring wet locations and reaching a height of 6'. The small yellowish-white flowers were a favourite strewing herb of Queen Elizabeth and was frequently used for strewing at Church Weddings and for making into bridal garlands. Meadowsweet was first discovered as a medicinal herb in 1835 as a source for sal... [Read More]
 
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Tulsi Tea  
Tulsi Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Tulsi, also known as Holy Basil, is a multi-branched shrub with strongly scented green or purple leaves. It is an important symbol in the Hindu religion, where it is used in meditation and rituals. Tulsi is revered in Ayurvedic medicine for its various medicinal benefits and its tea is known as the "elixir of life." This powerful herb has only recently begun to gain popularity in the Western world... [Read More]
 
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Bilberry Leaf Tea  
Bilberry Leaf Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Various species of Bilberry grow throughout cooler areas of North America and eastern Europe in acidic, open areas. This hearty plant loves barren terrain and looks and tastes much like common low-bush blueberries. Bilberry is a low deciduous bush with small, bright green, shortly-stalked oval leaves with serrated edges. Bilberry has been recognized for its medicinal effects since the 12th century... [Read More]
 
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