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Traditional Medicinals

Traditional Medicinals is an independent company that embraces sustainability, ingredient purity, and social and environmental activism. A Certified B Corporation and California Certified Green Business, they are the leading seller of wellness teas in the U.S. The company began when third generation herbalist Rosemary Gladstar met environmental and social activist Drake Sadler. Together the couple shared a vision for the rebirth of herbalism in North America, and in 1974 founded Traditional Medicinals. Today the company continues their mission by producing high quality, safe and effective herbal products. The majority of their products are Licensed Natural Health Products, meaning they are recognized as safe and effective natural medicines you can trust. They source their herbs from their native habitats, because of the belief that in those habitats the plants will better thrive and in turn display their correct medicinal properties. Most of these herbs are grown organically. Dedicated to stringent quality control, their herbalist formulated products go through a minimum of nine rounds of rigorous testing before they make it to your tea bag. Our most popular Traditional Medicinals products include Traditional Medicinals Organic Raspberry Leaf Tea and Traditional Medicinals Organic Roasted Dandelion Root.

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