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All beverages such as tea/tisanes/infusions are hot. Please use caution with hot beverages.
Always take responsibility for your own health and use common sense when it comes to botanicals. Do your own research first. If you have any allergies to a botanical then avoid that botanical. Carefully read all labels on any and all herbal tea products. Many botanicals are not toxic, however, a few botanicals and their close relatives are toxic causing illness if ingested. Don't pick a wild herb for consumption unless you have identified it correctly first. For safety purposes it's best to ingest only familiar domesticated botanicals you find in the garden or retail stores and outlets.