Donna Troy Cleary

Food For Thoughts Tea

from 10.00

Food For Thoughts Tea

from 10.00

This tea contains a proprietary blend of Gingko, Rosemary, Nettles and Oatstraw. Gingko and Rosemary have been shown to work on enhancing your memory and brain function. The nettles and oatstraw work to enhance your nutrition, they are loaded with Calcium, Iron and trace minerals - an essential part of healing.
Together they're a delicious tea for you to enjoy daily.

Steep 1 tablespoon in hot water overnight and drink the next day. Add honey, maple syrup, raw sugar to taste. I like it straight up.

I made this tea for my parents. My mother is losing her memory and my dad is hard of hearing. Gingko has been recognized by Chinese and Japanese herbalists in supporting your memory. They also found it works to restore blood flow to the inner ear to correct tinnitus and hearing loss.

Here's the scientific low down.

New research suggests Gingko can help us survive radiation exposure.  Herbalists look at the characteristics of a plant to see what benefits it has to humans.  Gingko is the oldest living plant on the planet. The trees can live upwards of 2000+ years, radiation, meteors, extremes of cold and heat. It is the only plant that survived the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and has been found as a fossil dating back 270 million years.

Japanese and Chinese Herbalists have found that Gingko and it's companion Rosemary work as a brain tonic.  I've combined these herbs with Nettles and Oatstraw, which help deliver the medicine, aid in their absorption and add nutrients such as Iron, Calcium and trace minerals. The gingko leaves were gathered from Gingko Biloba trees in Brooklyn, where I live.  I carefully chose those at the peak of their medicinal content. I grew the Rosemary and harvested the Nettles in Wassaic, NY (upstate).

I am a former RN and trained herbalist. My knowledge about Gingko comes from my teacher with 20+ years experience in herbal medicine, my own use and research on its history and medicinal uses.

This tea is intended as preventative and/or in combination with a comprehensive health plan. Consult your Herbalist or MD before putting anything on or in your body. Keep out of the reach of children.

Store in a cool, dark location for longevity and potency.
Keep out of reach of children.
As with anything you put in or on your body, check with your healthcare provider before using. The tea is meant to be part of a comprehensive health plan.

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This tea contains a proprietary blend of Gingko, Rosemary, Nettles and Oatstraw. Gingko and Rosemary have been shown to work on enhancing your memory and brain function. The nettles and oatstraw work to enhance your nutrition, they are loaded with Calcium, Iron and trace minerals - an essential part of healing.
Together they're a delicious tea for you to enjoy daily.

Steep 1 tablespoon in hot water overnight and drink the next day. Add honey, maple syrup, raw sugar to taste. I like it straight up.

I made this tea for my parents. My mother is losing her memory and my dad is hard of hearing. Gingko has been recognized by Chinese and Japanese herbalists in supporting your memory. They also found it works to restore blood flow to the inner ear to correct tinnitus and hearing loss.

Here's the scientific low down.

New research suggests Gingko can help us survive radiation exposure.  Herbalists look at the characteristics of a plant to see what benefits it has to humans.  Gingko is the oldest living plant on the planet. The trees can live upwards of 2000+ years, radiation, meteors, extremes of cold and heat. It is the only plant that survived the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and has been found as a fossil dating back 270 million years.

Japanese and Chinese Herbalists have found that Gingko and it's companion Rosemary work as a brain tonic.  I've combined these herbs with Nettles and Oatstraw, which help deliver the medicine, aid in their absorption and add nutrients such as Iron, Calcium and trace minerals. The gingko leaves were gathered from Gingko Biloba trees in Brooklyn, where I live.  I carefully chose those at the peak of their medicinal content. I grew the Rosemary and harvested the Nettles in Wassaic, NY (upstate).

I am a former RN and trained herbalist. My knowledge about Gingko comes from my teacher with 20+ years experience in herbal medicine, my own use and research on its history and medicinal uses.

This tea is intended as preventative and/or in combination with a comprehensive health plan. Consult your Herbalist or MD before putting anything on or in your body. Keep out of the reach of children.

Store in a cool, dark location for longevity and potency.
Keep out of reach of children.
As with anything you put in or on your body, check with your healthcare provider before using. The tea is meant to be part of a comprehensive health plan.