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Roasted Dandelion Herbal Tea is Back!

For a while our customers were wondering where the Roasted Dandelion Herbal Tea had gone. Well no need to worry anymore! Here at God's Garden Pharmacy we are always looking for the best quality in products for our customers, and we finally received the best quality batch of Roasted Dandelion tea! Roasted Dandelion is a cleansing tea, good for cleaning out your liver and digestive system. Enjoy, and don't forget to check out our Whole Chili's page and our special deals!

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Hibiscus Tea

This article does not replace the advice of a medical professional. Hibiscus tea is a beautiful crimson colored tea. The sepals (the outer parts of a plant bud that form a flower) of the roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) flower create the unique extract. The hibiscus flower blooms throughout the year and provides an herbal tea that can be prepared hot, or cold with ice. The tea is often preferred for its slightly bitter yet tart, cranberry-like taste. The beverage is so popular that its consumption spans the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Europe. Not only is the hibiscus brew used for an enjoyable tea-time experience, it is widely regarded as having several notable health benefits. Since hibiscus tea is low in calories...

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Important Announcement: Our New Website is Up!

For many years, customers having been demanding that we make our product available online. Well, the wait is over! Welcome to our new website. After being in the business of herbal teas and culinary herbs for thirty years, we have done it! We look forward to a new journey with you in the digital chapter of God's Garden Pharmacy. I personally assure you that we will continue our tradition of high quality standards. In this spirit, we will continue to never use gluten, monosodium glutamate, artificial colors or artificial flavors. I would like to thank Phil and Joe, who helped me get this long overdue website up. Please take a moment to visit Joe's website (https://techie.design) and let him know that...

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