Wild Raspberry Tea
Hand-picked in wild organic forests of Northern Europe, this organic loose tea contains leaves of wild raspberry and is caffeine-free.
CHARACTERISTICS: The taste is so vivid and long-lasting that it is perfectly fine to pour water on the same portion again and again.
Wild raspberry tea has a sweating, body cleansing, temperature lowering, anti-inflammatory, metabolism improving, and immune-stimulating effect.
White cardboard package with inner protection packaging, 0.055lbs.
Delivery times 8-14 days
Delivery time 8-14 days. Due to high demand for this product and pandemic related logistical challenges, there may be some unforeseen delays. We will do our best to get this product to your doorstep in the shortest possible time.
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