Breathe Eeze Tea
Latin Name: Eriodictyon angustifolium
Lavandula Angustifolia - Wyckoff
English Lavender - Culinary Grade
Yerba Santa (Eriodictyon angustifolium) is a evergreen shrub long used for its medicinal properties. The name Yerba Santa, "Holy Herb or Sacred Herb” was given by the Spanish priests who learned of the medical value of the shrub from Native California tribes. Dry or fresh leaves were also mashed into a poultice or used to brew a tea. Western physicians listed yerba santa as an official remedy for coughs, pneumonia, and bronchitis in the U.S. Pharmacopoeia, a standardized drug reference, in 1894.
I was surprised to find a small stand of Narrowleaf Yerba Santa growing on the farm, I carefully Wildcraft limited amounts with love, gratitude and sustainability, by hand on the farm (Southern Utah).
Wyckoff - Culinary Lavender Buds:
Our very own 100 % natuaral culinary lavender buds.
Parts used, Yerba Santa: Leaves, that are hand washed and air dried.
Wyckoff, Culinary Lavender buds: Hand harvested, bundled, dried, debudded and sifted 3 times.
More Common Uses:
The leaves of the Yerba Santa have historically been used to treat asthma, upper respiratory infections, allergic rhinitis, congestion, colds and flu’s.
Known to promote healthy lung activity and enhancing respiratory health.
Lavender is known to provide a sence of balancing, harmonizing, calming, relaxing, soothing and nurturing.
The combination of Yerba Santa and Lavandula Angustafolia - Wyckoff, provide a distinctive, unique taste, for those times when there traditional uses can provide there respective benefits and comfort.
Add 8 oz. of freshly boiled water to 1 tablespoon of tea. Cover and steep for 10-15 min, Strain and enjoy as is or sweetend with honey. Due to the medicinal properties in Yerba Santa, it is not recommended to exceed two servings per day.
Product Size - 1.5 oz.
Serving Size, Approximatly 15 servings.
We do not recommend use with children, if you’re pregnant or long term use without your Doctors approval. No statements are approved by the FDA. Not meant to diagnose or treat anything. Please seek out the assistance of a certified aromatherapist and/or herbalist.