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Sizes: 500ml / 6oz (170g)

This product comes in:

Individual bottles (Ready-Made Tea), Sachets and Starter Packs.
(Samples of this product are not available).

All Natural Ingredients:

Burdock, Red Clover, Sheep's Sorrel, Dandelion, Astragalous, African Bush Willow, Echinacea, Slippery Elm, St. John's Wort, White Willow, Vervain, Yellow Dock, Violet, Golden Seal, Korean Gingseng, Rhubarb, plus 'Sacred' ingredients, Colloidal Silver.

Suitable for:

Everyone! (including vegetarians, vegans, raw foodies, allergy sufferers; children, babies and animals too).

Free From:

Diary, Nuts, Gluten & Wheat. Suitable for allergy sufferers.

Customer Testimonial

Mrs Anderson (Buckinghamshire).

"My dog (Mulder) suffered from an acute 'itchy skin' condition, which was constantly red hot, covered in a rash, 'oozing' sebaceous cysts and generally hyperactive. In January 2002, I read about Zara's Herbal Tea and decided to try it. By April, Mulder was a different dog. His coat became glossy; skin looked so clean; fur started to grow back and all the cysts dried up. His temperament has changed so much that I recommended it to my local dog trainer for aggressive and hyperactive dogs. My husband caught an acute chest infection for about a month which medication could not clear. He then got acute food poisoning and was laid out in bed for nearly a week with severe vomiting and diarrhoea- again medication failed to clear. He drank a cup of Zara's Herbal Tea and was fully recovered (from the food poisoning) in 24 hours. To my complete surprise, his chest infection also cleared in 48 hours. Then in 2006, my 85 year old dad was diagnosed with a 'malignant melanoma' on his ear, but as he suffer with 'emphysema' his chest had to be clear in order to operate. After two lots of antibiotics and 4 days to the operation, the chest infection was still lingering. I dosed him up with Zara's tea. The x-rays confirmed that his chest had cleared completely. However, having now had his operation to remove the cancer, he is religiously carrying on with a maintenance dose of the tea, convinced that it will probably help to stop the spread of this awful illness.

  • Due to her experience, Mrs. Anderson started training as a 'Holistic Animal Practitioner'.

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