Skullcap Leaf Tea


Product information: 35 grams

Comes with a complimentary re-usable organic cotton tea bag.

Traditionally used as an anti-inflammatory and calming agent. Helps aid sleep and stimulate the pineal gland and is highly praised as a spiritual herb.

Suggested Serving: 1 – 2 tsp with hot water (we recommend for all to listen to their bodies intuition, follow the dosage that most resonates with you)

All botanicals and culinary herbs and spices are wildcrafted non-irradiated and GMO free.

All packaging is compostable and recyclable, 100% plastic free and environmentally friendly.

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A little more information: Skullcap’s genus name, Scutellaria, comes from the Latin scutella meaning a small dish or tray, referring to the appearance of the sepals during the plants fruiting period. The species name, lateriflora, means “flowering on the side,” which is how the flowers appear on the one-sided racemes. Skullcap’s common name comes from the helmet-like shape of the flowers.3

Traditionally, the leaves of this herb were steeped to produce a tea or tonic.

The Cherokee and other North America tribes traditionally steeped the leaves of this herb to produce a tea or tonic.  They would then use this to promote menstruation. Among that skullcap was employed in the ceremonial transition of young girls to womanhood. The Cherokee also used infusions and decoctions of skullcap roots for the treatment of diarrhoea and kidney issues.  Skullcap has been used as part of North American folk medicine for as a relaxant, nerve tonic, or “nervine,” as well as being a remedy for anxiety.




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