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Organic Yerba Mate Roasted Tea  
Organic Yerba Mate Roasted Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Yerba Mat , (pronounced herba-may-tay), also known as "Jesuit's tea," comes from the South American Indian name mat meaning "drinking vessel" or "gourd". Jesuits added the word "yerba," meaning the herb of excellence. This tea grows mainly in Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina, near streams and rivers and puts forth large white flowers. Mat is grown for its leaves; they are harvested and d... [Read More]
 
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Wild Cherry Bark Tea  
Wild Cherry Bark Tea - Celebration Herbals
          The Wild Cherry Tree is native to the south-western United States. The dark outer bark is rough and separates easily from the trunk. Just under the outer bark is the tender inner bark, which smells of bitter almonds when collected. Wild Cherry has a long history of use and was an herb of importance to the Native Americans. Today, it can be found in many herbal preparations.
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White Oak Bark Tea  
White Oak Bark Tea - Celebration Herbals
          White Oak is a stately and long-lived tree native to Europe which has been completely naturalized to North America. Writings of the esteemed Oak tree have been traced back to the earliest Indo-Germanic religions, giving it great symbolic and religious significance. In the days of the early settlers, Native Americans were using this herb; the uses they recorded for this esteemed herb are still prom... [Read More]
 
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Senna Leaf Tea  
Senna Leaf Tea - Celebration Herbals
          The use of Senna as an herb apparently predates written records. Senna is native to Arabia and Somolia but it now grows in most tropical parts of the world where there is rich soil. This Senna, also called Alexandria Senna, reaches up to 3 feet in height and has pale green stems with brittle, olive green leaflets, which are usually consumed as a tea. Senna is frequently combined with aromatic herb... [Read More]
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Vanilla Beans  
Vanilla Beans - Celebration Herbals
          The Spanish first discovered Vanilla in Mexico, where it grew wild on the fringes of tropical forests. Known as a principal flavouring agent, the Aztecs used it in chocolate drinks and the Spanish added it to sangria. These Vanilla Beans can also be used to make Home Made Vanilla Extract. Split open 6 beans. Chop and add them to 1 quart of good quality vodka. Cap tightly and store in a cool, dark ... [Read More]
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Paprika  
Paprika - Celebration Herbals
          Paprika is mild, pungent, and subtly sweet. Several varieties of "capsicum" (sweet peppers) are ground to make Paprika. Sprinke on-top of mashed potatoes instead of butter for a no-fat taste delight. Add to cheese, eggs, pasta, and sauces. Use in salad dressings, soups, Hungarian stews, sausages or wherever a mild spicy, sweet flavour and bright colour are desired.
 
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Black Pepper  
Black Pepper - Celebration Herbals
          Pepper is North-America's most popular spice and can be sprinkled on any food where a little spice is desired. Pepper berries come from a woody, climbing vine and grow in spike-like clusters. Immature berries are harvested, fermented and dried. In earlier times (1000 B.C. to 1000 A.D) Pepper was so valuable that it was used as a currency, like gold.
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Nutmeg  
Nutmeg - Celebration Herbals
          The seed of an evergreen tree, Nutmeg comes from India, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. It is the pit of a fruit that also yields Mace, which is the seed casing that surrounds Nutmeg. A necessity for perfect gingerbread, Nutmeg is found in most European and Middle-Eastern cooking styles. Caribean food often uses Nutmeg in volume because its bitter qualities counteract sweet ingredients.
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Ashwaganda Root Tea  
Ashwaganda Root Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Also known as "Indian Ginseng" and "Winter Cherry," Ashwagandha is used extensively in Indian healing systems (Ayruvedia). It grows wild along the edges of rice patties and roadsides in many areas of India and is now cultivated in some parts of the United States. Medicinally, its effects are comparable to only a handful of the most potent herbs such as Asian Ginseng or Echinacea, but it is gentle ... [Read More]
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Basil Leaf  
Basil Leaf - Celebration Herbals
          An important ingredient in Thai and Vietnamese cuisines, Basil is now considered essential for tomato sauce and pesto. It is known for adding flavour to various meats, soups, stews, and sauces. Folklore surrounding Basil is part of many ancient cultures. Romans believed it would only grow if you shouted curses while planting. In Romania, if a girl gives her boyfriend a sprig of Basil, they are eng... [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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Cinnamon Sticks  
Cinnamon Sticks - Celebration Herbals
          Cinnamon is a small, tender evergreen tree native to Sri Lanka and southwest India. With a history of 5,000 years, it remains one of the world's most popular spices. A versatile spice used extensively in many exotic cuisines, Cinnamon compliments savory meals as well as desserts. It also enhances the flavor of vegetables and fruit. Used for flavoring beverages, wine, candies, desserts, stir stick... [Read More]
 
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Cloves  
Cloves - Celebration Herbals
          The small, dried buds of the clove have a strong, pungent, sweet flavour. Often used to stud ham and pork, whole cloves are also added to pickling brines, cranberries, and mulled beverages. Trade between the "Clove Island" Ternate (now Indonesia) and China dates back at least 2500 years. In China, Cloves were not only used for cooking but also for deodorising. Anyone seeing the emperor had to chew... [Read More]
 
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White Onion Flakes  
White Onion Flakes - Celebration Herbals
          Onions make the perfect foundation for meats, poultry, soups, salads, and stews. Dried Onions release flavour more rapidly than freshly chopped Onions when added to a wet or oily recipe. A member of the lily family, Onions were used by both the Greeks and the Romans for medicinal purposes. Today they are one of the most popular and widely grown vegetables.
 
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Oregano Leaf  
Oregano Leaf - Celebration Herbals
          An aromatic herb related to marjoram, oregano is Greek for "joy of the mountain". Its hot peppery flavour became popular after World War II when servicemen returned with a taste for pizza. Best known as a flavouring in tomato sauce, oregano also enhances cheese and egg dishes, vegetables, meats, poultry, and shellfish. Sprinkle Oregano and crushed chillies onto pizza for a zesty bite!
 
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Parsley Flakes  
Parsley Flakes - Celebration Herbals
          An infamous French herb, Parsley's gentle flavour and ability to blend with the flavours around it make it a versatile herb. Use to season dips, salad dressings, stuffings, sauces, gravies, and potatoes. Parsley was cultivated as early as the third century BC. The Romans used Parsley as a garnish and flavouring. They put it on their tables and around their necks in the belief the leaves would abso... [Read More]
 
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Angelica Root Tea  
Angelica Root Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Plague epidemics during the tenth century in France saw some of the first recorded uses of Angelica. Apparently, the secrets of this ancient herb were besttowed upon a monk by Archangel Raphiel, whom Angelica was later named after. All parts of Angelica can be eaten, but the roots are usually used in folk medicine; they make a good poultice, linament, or a powerful herb tea.
 
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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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Garlic Granules  
Garlic Granules - Celebration Herbals
          Garlic's vibrant, onion taste is excellent in soups, salads, fish, poultry, meat, eggs, sauces, dressings, breads, grains, and vegetables. A small, pungent member of the onion family, Garlic is important in most of the world's cuisines and can be used to season anything except sweets.
 
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Garlic Powder  
Garlic Powder - Celebration Herbals
          Garlic's vibrant, onion taste is excellent in soups, salads, fish, poultry, meat, eggs, sauces, dressings, breads, grains, and vegetables. A small, pungent member of the onion family, Garlic is important in most of the world's cuisines and can be used to season anything except sweets.
 
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Ground Turmeric Root  
Ground Turmeric Root - Celebration Herbals
          Turmeric is quite versatile. In North American cuisine, it is used to flavor artichokes, potatoes, tea, eggs, fish and pickled vegetables. Related to Ginger, Turmeric has a peculiar fragrant, bitter, acrid odor and rich color. It is used extensively in Indian food and curries.
 
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Cramp Bark Tea  
Cramp Bark Tea - Celebration Herbals
          This handsome shrub has a showy apperance of flowers in June. Native to Northern parts of the U.S. and Canada, it grows in rich lowland and wooded areas. In Russia these shrubs are planted in parks as well as home gardens. The red, acidic berries resemble low-bush cranberries. The berries are used fresh or dried and are sometimes used like cranberries. The flowers can be used in a decoction for ex... [Read More]
 
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Devils Claw Root Tea  
Devils Claw Root Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Devil's Claw is native to southern Africa and Namibia. Tea is made from the extremely large, secondary stage, tuberous roots. The name is derived from the plant's peculiar sprout which seems to be covered with miniature grappling hooks.
 
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Korakundah Green Tea  
Korakundah Green Tea - Celebration Herbals
          A premier South Indian Green Tea without the buzz; this decaffeinated Green Tea has been treated with nothing but pure water and naturally occurring carbon dioxide to remove its caffeine, leaving only a clean flavour and no chemical residues. This versatile, medium strength tea has a delightful colour and distinct, slightly citrus flavour reflecting its unique local geography. Often served with le... [Read More]
 
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