Marie Curie - Radiant Hibiscus (EqualiTEA).
Marie Curie Radiant Hibiscus Herbal Tea.
Remember history and its trailblazing, fantastic women – one teacup at a time!
Marie Curie was the first woman to win a noble peace prize. She is the only woman to ever win two noble peace prizes in two different disciplines.
She was the first woman professor at the Sorbonne in France (despite male objection).
Like many scientists in the early days or research, she died from exposure to her research but, before she died, she expanded our understanding of radiation and the world around us.
Besides her scientific research, she created mobile X-ray machines and went with them and saved countless lives.
She was a wife, a mother of two, and even tried to sell her noble peace prizes to raise money to fight Fascism.
She is a fighter for EqualiTEA, and a personal hero of ours.
20 pack in a 100% recycled plastic gift cube
Each tea pack contains:
- Flavor: Radiant Hibiscus(Caffeine Free)
- * Ingredient: Organic Tulsi, Organic hibiscus, Organic Cinnamon, Organic Lemon Peel, and Organic Orange Peel
- Product Net Weight : .06 Oz (1.8g).
- Organic & KSA Kosher, Gluten Free, Non-GMO, Vegan.
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