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Celestial Sleepytime Seasonings Herbal Tea 29g
Celestial Sleepytime Seasonings Herbal Tea 29g
Celestial Sleepytime Seasonings Herbal Tea 29g
Celestial Sleepytime Seasonings Herbal Tea 29g
Celestial Sleepytime Seasonings Herbal Tea 29g
Celestial Sleepytime Seasonings Herbal Tea 29g
Celestial Sleepytime Seasonings Herbal Tea 29gCelestial Sleepytime Seasonings Herbal Tea 29gCelestial Sleepytime Seasonings Herbal Tea 29g

Celestial Sleepytime Seasonings Herbal Tea 29g

Pack size : 29g

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Now herbal tea is made even more special with the sweet flavors. The soothing, smooth quality of exotic flavour is the perfect complement to the delicate taste of fine.
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100% Natural herb tea. Our granny bear has always relied on a cup of tea to create a moment of calm in her day. Now herbal tea is made even more special with the sweet flavors. The soothing, smooth quality of exotic flavour is the perfect complement to the delicate taste of fine.

Nutrition facts

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Average Nutritional Value As Per 2g
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INFORMATION

Ingredients

Chamomile Spearmint Lemongrass Tilia Flowers Blackberry Leaves Orange Blossoms Hawthorn And Rosebuds.

Allergy Information

Store in a cool and dry place.

Storage Condition

United States of America

Preparation and usage

by 1977 the company began selling internationally. Celestial Seasonings also created and sponsored the Red Zinger Bicycle Classic race in Colorado during the 1970s.

Brand Message

Celestial Seasonings founders Mo Siegel, John Hay, Peggy Clute and others started gathering herbs and flowers in the mountains around Boulder and selling them to local health-food stores in 1969. The company name was derived from co-founder Lucinda Ziesings' nickname. In the 1970s, the company created herbal tea blends and moved to larger headquarters twice