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Traditionally Used to Support Urinary Tract Health*
- USDA Organic
- NSF Certified Gluten-Free
- Naturally Caffeine Free
- 100% Recycled Paperboard®
Horsetail (Equistum arvense), named for the plant's resemblance to the tail of a horse, has graced the earth for centuries. Native American, Ayurvedic, traditional European and contemporary herbalists alike recognize the benefits of this ancient herb, traditionally using horsetail to support urinary tract health.*
Alvita® Horsetail Tea is made with premium-quality organic horsetail, and produces a mild, herbaceous flavor and aroma.
The Alvita® Story...
In 1922, a new era for tea consumption began in America. The herd alfalfa, known for its beneficial nutrients, was packaged in tea bags and sold to an emerging health food market. This product became known as Alvita® and set the standard for future herbal teas. Today, Alvita® represents more than forty single-ingredient teas, each one uniquely distinct, just like the individuals who drink them.
Alvita® chooses only the highest quality organic, wild-crafted, or cultivated botanicals, perfectly prepared to provide you with the best Mother Nature has to offer. Historical and scientific literature is painstakingly studied to ensure that the correct traditional plant and most appropriate servings are used, delivering premium flavor and quality.
Herbs are gifts from the earth. Alvita® takes it stewardship seriously by offering carefully harvested teas in a earth-friendly packaging. Our beautifully illustrated boxes are made using recycled paperboard and our English, pillow style tea bags are oxygen bleached, not chlorine treated. You won't find a better product, with a cleaner package... anywhere.
Alvita®... brewed with confidence, steeped in tradition.
24 Tea Bags ~ Net Wt 1.69 oz (48 g)
*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.