- Tip the balance back in your favour by making yourself a revitalising cup of this unique blend of dandelion root, milk thistle and the age-old remedy centaury herb.
Peppermint, dandelion root, liquorice root, chamomile, centuary herb, boldo leaves, couchgrass root, restharrow root, milk thistle.
Dr Stuarts creates his extraordinarily good teas using herbs of only the highest quality medicinal grade, from the most prized part of the plant, offering:
• The highest essential oil content possible in a packaged tea
• The most aromatic, flavourful and beneficial tea possible
While other tea-blenders are happy to use herbs grown solely for food Dr Stuart goes the extra mile to bring the best possible tea to your pot.
DR MALCOLM STUART PHD
A man of enormous creative energy, he was one of the first highly qualified scientists in recent times to widely support and promote the many beneficial values of the plant kingdom.
His worldwide contributions to the subject of ‘herbs’ have led to him being described as ‘the Father of Modern Herbalism’.
His conversion from pure science occurred after observing first hand the traditional role of plants in rural medicine, whilst a University lecturer in Central Africa, and led to an outstanding clinical, literary and consultative career in which he consistently promoted the essential value of quality in plant products.
Dr Stuart’s wealth of experience and knowledge helped awaken a generation’s interest in herbalism, and created numerous high quality products in the food, medicinal and health sectors, as well as encouraging a resurgence in the cultivation of organically grown plants.
Dr Malcolm Stuart is also heavily involved in formulating organic teas for the Duchy of Cornwall.
© Dr Stuarts
5 out of 5
By Xavante | Posted on: 07/05/2014
Dr Stuarts Liver Detox Tea
This tea may not have the most delicious taste but with a dash of lemon is good. Feels like a good and healthy tea.
3 out of 5
By crhh | Posted on: 29/12/2011
Unsure, tastes disgusting - does this make it better, ha ha...