Tea glossary

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Echinacea Purpurea

Echinacea purpurea (also known as purple coneflower) is a hardy herbaceous plant in the Asteraceae family. It is found primarily in North America. Native Americans have used it for medicinal purposes since the 17th century. Echinacea purpurea has a spindle-shaped root and coarse, lance-shaped leaves. Its purple flowers are similar to those of the daisy.

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Eucalyptus (leaves cut)

Originating in Australia, eucalyptus is a large tree which is highly adaptable. That's why it can be found in almost all regions of the world with a temperate climate. Eucalyptus leaves are prized for their essential oils and are also used in infusions.

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Evil's Claw (root)

Devil's claw is a creeping herbaceous plant of South African origin known for its medicinal benefits. It is primarily found in regions with a semi-arid climate. Its common name derives from the fact that its fruit has "claws" that hook on to animals' feet, which propagates the spread of disease among herds. Devil's claw has been used globally since the 1970s and 1980s.