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Story Teller

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2oz Jar $12.50

Story Teller Native Traditions were passed down by Elders known as The Storytellers. The herbs in this tea have been traditionally used to support memory and focus.* Drink this tea and remember that to your friends and family you are… The Storyteller.


Ingredients: Green Tea Leaf, Soy Lecithin Granules, Bacopa Monniere Leaf, Eleuthero Root, Ginkgo Leaf, Gotu Kola Leaf, Hawthorn Flowers, Hawthorn Berries, Lemon Balm Leaf, Lemon Grass, Oatstraw Leaf, Periwinkle Flowers, Rosemary Leaf, Ashwagandha Root,  Calamus Root, Dong Quai Root, Fo-Ti Root, Goji (Lycii) Berries, Grapeseed Extract, Mangostein Fruit, Muira Puama Root, Nettle Leaf, Peony Root, Rhodiola Root, Sage Leaf, Savory Leaf, Schisandra Berries, Shavegrass Leaf, Scullcap Leaf, Soy Protein Powder, Turmeric Bark, White Willow Bark.  **Contains Soy**


Serving Size: 1 Tbsp           Servings Per Jar: About 40


Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Caution:  Consult your health care professional prior to use if you are pregnant, nursing, take any medication or have a medical condition.


Dedication: It took a long time to develop this tea (almost two years), much longer than any of the others. We kept telling people that it was coming, but it took a while to get here. Creator knows the reason that things happen the way they do, and sometimes we as two-leggeds get let in on the Plan. On the day that we finally made the first batch of “The Storyteller” for release we received a call that a great friend of ours had crossed into the Spirit world. Mark Pollman was a brilliant man, a friend and inspiration to everyone he met, and one of the best Storytellers we have ever known. His memory for history, jokes, and stories were without rival. In the Native tradition you never say “goodbye”, because that would indicate the last time you would ever see that person. Mark held the same tradition, and when he would always just sign off by saying “Love ya”.

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