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Peppermint Nine Herbs Charm Organic Tea 50g


This unique recipe takes inspiration from The Nine Herbs Charm –  an Old English charm recorded in the 10th-century Lacnunga manuscript. The Anglo-Saxon poem is intended for the treatment of poisoning and infection by a preparation of Nine Sacred Herbs.

“Remember, Mugwort, what you made known,
What you arranged at the Great proclamation.
You were called Una, the oldest of herbs,
you have power against three and against thirty,
you have power against poison and against infection,
you have power against the loathsome foe roving through the land.”
“And you, Plantain, mother of herbs,
Open from the east, mighty inside.
over you chariots creaked, over you queens rode,
over you brides cried out, over you bulls snorted.
You withstood all of them, you dashed against them.
May you likewise withstand poison and infection”

Mixing together the nine herbs from this medieval manuscript synthesizes unique relationships and creates amazing new flavor combinations. With Nine Herb Tea, the blend is comprised of MUGWORT, PLANTAIN, WATERCRESS, CHAMOMILE, BETONY, CRAB APPLE, NETTLE, CHERVIL, FENNEL and Peppermint in the specific proportions; the result is a mild green cup that provides you with great health benefits. A full body tonic, nine Herb Tea is also quite enjoyable, with its fresh clean aroma.

Each sample contains 50g of our unique organic herbal mixture. Use one tablespoon per mug. Add freshly boiled water and leave to brew for 5-10 minutes. 

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They were created by the wise Lord,
holy in heaven as He hung;
He set and sent them to the seven worlds,
to the wretched and the fortunate, as a help to all.
It stands against pain, it fights against poison,
it avails against 3 and against 30,
against foe´s hand and against noble scheming,
against enchantment of vile creatures.

Now there nine herbs have power against nine evil spirits,
against nine poisons and against nine infections:
Against the red poison, against the foul poison,
against the white poison, against the pale blue poison,
against the yellow poison, against the green poison,
against the black poison, against the blue poison,
against the brown poison, against the crimson poison,
against worm-blister, against water-blister,
against thorn-blister, against thistle-blister,
against ice-blister, against poison-blister,

If any poison comes flying from the east,
or any from the north, or any from the south,
or any from the west among the people.
Christ stood over diseases of every kind.

The poem from a 10th century Anglo-Saxon manuscript.