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April 3, 2012
13. Ojibwa Herbal Cleansing Tea
I bought this tea in a little herbal health food shop in Delaware, Ohio. As soon as I saw it, I had to have it, because my maternal side of my family is Canadian Ottawa Indian. More correctly my family is part of the Saulteaux branch of the Ojibwe tribe. I am 1/8 Canadian Ottawa Indian and my mother is ¼ and my Grandmother was ½ My great great grandmother’s was full blooded Ottawa. So, I thought it would be neat to have and drink to get in touch with my heritage. I had the tea in a box for a about a year and half. I bought it just as the “Guy” was getting ready to move out.
The tea bag had a very medicine-y smell to it. I know it was because it had a lot of herbs in it. Once it was seeped, it didn’t have a pleasant smell to it, as past teas that I have drank did, like the Wild raspberry did. It didn’t taste the most pleasant either, but I drank it while thinking pleasant and cleansing thoughts. I knew from reading the ingredients that several of the herbs in it were healthy for you and good for cleaning you out. I need a good cleaning. LOL
It isn’t a tea that I would drink all the time, but I would drink it maybe once every two weeks just to give me that healthy cleanse.
Ingredients: Red clovers, Burdock root, Sheep sorrel, Licorice root, Slippery Elm bark, Dandelion root, Barberry root bark and Rhubarb root.