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Tea that Nurtures

Herbs before Blend

Urinary Tract Infections are common in women. Personally having been affected by one, I know their symptoms can be painful and tiresome. Great thing to note: our office can help cure the infection through an appointment, additionally we can also help to soothe symptoms from the inside out. One of our gifted herbalist, Jennifer, creates blends here in the office to help your body restore nutrients it may be hungry for through herbs! Especially when fighting off an infection. 

If you're interested in more, the next post goes into detail on what's included into the blend and the benefits of each herb/root that was blended.

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