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This beneficial herb has been referenced in many herbal and magical circles since the middle ages. Its first appearance in a botanical tome was in Jerome Bock's "History of Plants" in 1532. Its scientific name Alchemilla is a derivative of the Arab work Alkemelych, or alchemy, so called for the plant's magical potency. Folklore concerning Lady's Mantle seems to focus on the dew that is gathered on the leaves at the center of its furrowed leaves, which is said to be a key ingredient in several alchemical formulas. The dew was also said to be collected and used as a beauty lotion. Lady's Mantle was first associated with the worship of the Earth Mother, but as Christianity spread, and like many pagan symbols before it, it was absorbed and eventually became associated with the Virgin Mary.


PrecautionsNo known precautions. We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.


The basic method for dried herbs and flower is, take 2-3 tablespoons of dried herb in a cup or teapot. Pour hot water over it and cover it with lid for 10-30 minutes. Hot water is needed to draw out the antioxidants, enzymes, vitamins, flavonoids, and volatile oils from the botanicals. Strain and squeeze out as much as liquid as possible and enjoy!


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Lady's mantle is a perennial herb in the rose family native to North America,Europe, Greenland and Asia. Also known as Nine Hooks and Lion's Foot, thisspreading plant is noted for its globe-shaped, light green leaves and its small,chartreuse flowers. The genus name for this plant, Alchemilla , is a modifiedform of Alkemelych, an Arab term that references the plants historical use inalchemy.


Because the morning dew collected from the leaves is reputed to be thesecret to a beautiful complexion, the herb is also known as dewcup. The driedleaf is primarily used in teas, although it can also be tinctured.


The leaves and flowers are harvested when the flowers first begin to bloom. For teas, dry the leaves and flowers that you have harvested gently in a cool dark place. Fresh herb tea is magical. Simply take a few leaves and flowers and steep them in cool, or hot water (see below for recipes).


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We offer this herb tea in pure herb (no blend). You can also select your favorite tea with Organic Lady's Mantle Herb and create your special tea blend. Available in blends with black tea, green tea, oolong tea, white tea, and rooibos tea. Please note that the herb tea blends may contain caffeine based on your tea selection.


Lady's Mantle tea is a helpful herbal tea for supporting the gastrointestinal system and alleviating stomach cramps and tummy pains. As the name suggests, it's also commonly used to support women's menstrual cycles; helping to ease cramps, support hormonal imbalances, and for heavy bleeding.


In cases of menstrual cramps, the anti-spasmodic and pain relieving effects of this herb are attributed to compounds such as salicylic acid and quercetin which are kno




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