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Teas - Abundance Floral




Abundance Floral Teas - NeoLyfe Abundance Floral Teas abound fullness of joy and strength for mind, body, and soul. Promoting support to the immune system, and rich in antioxidants. Soothing to your nerves, bringing calamity and clarity into your lyfe. 
Hibiscus floral tea can relieve from high blood pressure and high cholesterol, support your immune and digestive systems, and is rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, and minerals. 
Chamomile, and Lavender buds have been used for centuries to soothe frazzled nerves and calm anxious feelings. 
Elderflowers also contain Vitamin C, and are excellent for treating symptoms of colds and flus. 


Devotion 21 - Sip Love, Loyalty &  Life all in one bag! Anti-Anxiety, Womb Wellness, and Anti-inflammatory blend filled with Lavender Buds, Chamomile, Hibiscus, Elderflowers, and Rose Buds.

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