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Teas and infusions are a simple, inexpensive way to enjoy the many benefits of herbs, but not all herbal teas are created equal. Unless your tea company or supplier is dedicated to the entire process of creating healthy, all-natural teas, some pretty nasty stuff can sneak in under the radar.  

In this article I cover how to avoid potential toxins in your tea and give some quick, easy-to-follow tips on finding the safest sips.  If you’re an Indie Herbal Patron, you can sign in and read the full article now.

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