Sos Organics Himalayan Herbal Infusion 50gm

Sos Organics Himalayan Herbal Infusion 50gm Description A unique blend of carefully selected powerful & delicious Himalayan herbs, grown at a high altitude in remote villages. Herbs have been used for centuries to treat a variety of illnesses, and herbal infusions are a great way to enjoy the benefits of...

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Sos Organics Himalayan Herbal Infusion 50gm

Description

A unique blend of carefully selected powerful & delicious Himalayan herbs, grown at a high altitude in remote villages. Herbs have been used for centuries to treat a variety of illnesses, and herbal infusions are a great way to enjoy the benefits of various medicinal plants and herbs. Herbal infusions are made from mixtures of dried leaves, stems, grasses, barks, fruits and flowers that give them their taste and provide the benefits of herbal teas. Unlike black teas, herbal infusions are caffeine free and offer many health benefits, depending on the various ingredients used. The infusions are brewed in the same way as tea; however, they taste better without milk though adding honey or Ayurvedic sugar can enhance the taste. Our herbal infusions are made from wild harvested and organically grown herbs.

Ingredients

Himalayan Tulsi, Nettle,Rhododendron petal, Rosehips and Lemongrass.

About Brand

The SOS Organics Foundation seeks to implement socially, economically and environmentally sustainable projects that preserves the resources and culture of the Himalayas. By integrating the needs of both people and the environment, the Foundation's aim is to holistically develop the region's potentials.Areas for focus include organic farming, waste management, biodiversity,reforestation, water management, education and food. All of thier project areas are intertwined with these topic areas and promote a holistic approach to an understanding of their interconnectivity.

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SLS/SLES, Parabens & Caffeine

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