Health Benefits of New Jersey Tea

This shrub grows all over in temperate zones of the world, and grows wild on the Eastern Seaboard.

New Jersey Tea works wonderful for all kinds of liver and spleen problems, including liver congestion and splenic enlargement, also lowers blood pressure, helps with coughs, colds, and flues, and also asthma and bronchitis.

New Jersey tea is very astringent and also works well as a good anti-spasmodic agent.

Also works well for back pain, jaundice, and diarrhea and indigestion too!

New Jersey Tea also helps detoxing the body, and works well for lymphatic congestion, and can be used as a good gargle for mouth infections.

And it may help some people with breast and ovarian cysts.

Plus New Jersey Tea helps with headaches and fevers and gives you a boost if you are feeling fatigued.

And during the revolutionary war New Jersey Tea was used as a substitute for black tea.

Paul Haider – Master Herbalist

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1 Response to Health Benefits of New Jersey Tea

  1. Mike says:

    I really enjoyed this post. It reminded me of a an article I read about the benefits of mango. Keep up the good work!

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