Artemisia annua dried flowering herb, 50 g bag, organic

$14.95

Note:  New crop in stock.  Same as the Chinese herb Qing-hao.  Also called Sweet Annie.  This is shade-dried leaf, stem and flower, grown and processed on our organically certified farm and packed in cellophane.  No other claims are made or should be inferred.  rac

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  1. Question

    D.D.

    Can you tell me how much is contained in this bag, volume wise? About a cup, cup and a half? Thank you!

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi D.D., that really depends on the grind–weight is a more dependable measure–it might be 2 cups worth. very potent stuff, a tiny dab’ll do ya. r

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    janakei1081367

    I have heard that it is a good addition to coffee. Just wondering if it would have to be made into a tea first to remove the good qualities and then perhaps use that tea water to brew organic coffee? I guess the real question is…does it take 10 min to steep in order to get full benefit?

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      Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi there, the herb yields its benefits to hot water and i don’t think it matters if you put it in with the coffee beans, it will extract, you wouldn’t have to make a tea first. richo

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