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Celebration Scullcap Tea (24 bags)

A member of the mint family, Scullap (Scutellaria lateriflora) often grows among other mints along the banks of rivers and lakes and in other moist places. It is a beautiful blue-helmeted flowery plant whose name is derived from the latin, "scutella", meaning a small dish, in reference to the shape of the appendage to the flower which resembles a cap in appearance. A native of America, the cherokee Indians relied on Scullap for its healthful properties.In 1772, Dr. Lawrence Van Derveer undertook several experiments with this species with positive success.
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A member of the mint family, Scullap (Scutellaria lateriflora) often grows among other mints along the banks of rivers and lakes and in other moist places.

It is a beautiful blue-helmeted flowery plant whose name is derived from the latin, "scutella", meaning a small dish, in reference to the shape of the appendage to the flower which resembles a cap in appearance. A native of America, the cherokee Indians relied on Scullap for its healthful properties.

In 1772, Dr. Lawrence Van Derveer undertook several experiments with this species with positive success.

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