Dr. Sebi’s Nerve / Stress Relief Herbal Tea

Dr. Sebi’s Chamomile herbal tea provides a gentle aid for sleeping and relaxation. Chamomile acts as a mild sedative and can help to improve mood. It aids in relaxing the muscles and reducing irritability.

Chamomile can also provide relief from irritable bowel syndrome and many stomach troubles while providing a gentle anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and antioxidant for general daily use.

Directions:

Boil two cups distilled water and add 1 tablespoon of Dr. Sebi’s Nerve / Stress Relief Herbal Tea. Steep for 10 – 15 minutes, strain and drink during the evening.

Price

$29.99

oz

($4.28/oz.)

Quantity

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Ingredients

  • Chamomile

* Dr. Sebi’s Original and Unique formulas are proprietary of Dr. Sebi and may contain ingredients not listed here.

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    The tea has worked miracles for me. I can now sleep and I’m more calmer. Thanks to all Dr. Sebi’s team.

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    The tea has worked miracles for me. I can now sleep and I’m more calmer. Thanks to all Dr. Sebi’s team.

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