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• Traditionally used to help support digestive disorders such as spasms, bile flow and the production of digestive juices


• Aids digestive disorders such as spasms, bile flow and the production of digestive juices.
Angelica is specified for lack of appetite, flatulence, dyspepsia, and weak digestion. It can also be used as an expectorant in colds, coughs, and all upper-respiratory complaints. Because of its warming and helping to stimulate properties, it is a warming circulatory stimulant, effective for all rheumatic complaints, including joint pain. Angelica root has definite emmenagogic properties and can be used to help support cramps, delayed or stopped menstruation, and menopausal problems.

The context for its use for the above are hypotonic complaints associated with coldness. Angelica's emmenagogic properties also mean that angelica should generally be avoided during pregnancy, especially during the first term. Angelica should also be avoided by diabetics as it has a tendency to increase blood sugar.

Angelica combines well with other emmenagogic herbs. A good combination for toning and correcting amenorrhea or dysmenorrhea is a combination of two parts angelica and one part each of false unicorn root (Chamaelirium luteum), cramp bark, blue cohosh and wild ginger. For joint pain complaints, combine equal parts angelica root, guiacum, prickly ash, cinnamon and licorice. For coughs and colds, combine angelica with other diaphoretic herbs such as ephedra, mint or lemon balm, garlic and a half part licorice to smooth out the action.

Angelica is routinely prescribed for complaints that include coldness, rheumatic complaints, digestive weakness and gas, menstrual irregularities, alcohol addiction, and coughs and colds. The bodily systems that are affected include the lungs, stomach, intestines, and the blood. Volatile oil, miscellaneous sugars, acids, flavonoids and sterols all make up the biochemical composition of the plant. It possesses properties that are carminative, stimulant, emmenagogue, diaphoretic, and expectorant.

Angelica is also commonly known as masterwort, archangel, Holy Ghost plant, and St. Michael's plant, since it blooms on his day (May 8) in many parts of the world. Believed to be native to Syria, angelica is said to be a supportive for colds, coughs, pleurisy, flatulence, joint pain, and fevers. In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, herbalists thought a bag of angelica leaves tied around a child's neck would protect against witchcraft and evil spells.

Plant Facts and Growing Tips

Plant: Angelica is considered a biennial, but it will live several years if the flower stems are clipped off before they bloom. The stem is round, hollow, and grooved, and branches near the top, where it is tinged with blue. The brown to red-brown roots have a spicy odor and taste that is sweet at first, then bitter and sharp. The seeds and an oil made from the stems and roots are used as a flavoring in many liqueurs. Leaves grow from dilated sheaths that surround the stem. Greenish white, honey-smelling flowers grow in umbrella-shaped bunches, blossoming from June to August. The fruit is oblong and breaks apart when ripe into a pair of yellow-winged seed cases.

Height: 4 to 6 feet.

Soil: Moist, rich soil, slightly acid.

Exposure: Preferably partial shade.

Propagation: Seeds are planted in fall during the third or fourth lunar phase and must be sown within a few weeks after ripening; otherwise, they lose their ability to germinate. They self-sow as well. Angelica can also be propagated from root cuttings.

Care: Space about 3 feet apart.

Parts Used for Tea: Leaves, seeds, and roots. It is best to harvest tender leaves before the plant flowers.

Taste: Resembles China tea in flavor, with a slight celery taste. If seeds or roots are used, they're often boiled along with juniper berries. Leaf tea is good with honey or lemon.

Health Benefits

There are many different species of Angelica grown all over the world from China through to the USA and Europe. However, the most popular species useful for health are Angelica sinensis and Angelica acutiloba, both of which appear to have very similar actions and potencies and depend on the concentration of a plant chemical known as coumarin.

Helps Hormonal Imbalance: The secret behind angelica's ability to effectively support female hormonal problems lies in its high concentration of phytoestrogens. These plant-based substances are 400 times less active than the estrogens naturally found in the body, yet they exert a strong regulating effect on those tissues that normally respond to hormone estrogen. This helps explain how angelica can support complaints that are characterized by both high and low estrogen levels.

In cases of menopause, characterized by low circulating estrogen, angelica can help stimulate the estrogen receptors on many tissues, including the reproductive tract. Alternatively, when estrogen levels are high or otherwise out of balance, as can occur in menstrual disorders, the phytoestrogens appear to work by blocking estrogen and its action on the tissues.

Research has now confirmed that the herb can help to relax smooth muscle which forms the wall of the uterus and other internal organs. When taken over the week before a menstrual period, angelica can help with abdominal cramps experienced by many women suffering from painful periods.

Immune Regulator: Traditional Chinese health has always formulated its prescriptions for cases of allergy to include angelica. Such ancient wisdom can now be supported by the finding that one of angelica's active agents, coumarin, can enhance the activity of immune cells such as the macrophage. Such a powerful immune stimulation may also help explain how angelica-based medicines have been effective in improving immunity. Another interesting aspect of its action on the cells of the immune system is an increased interferon secretion. Interferon isa special substance produced in the body that helps improve immunity levels.

Dosage: 3 to 9 grams or normal tea infusion; of the liquid extract, use 10 to 30 drops three times daily.

How to Brew

Leaves - By Infusion: 1 teaspoon dried herb (or 3 teaspoons fresh crushed herb) to 1 cup boiling water. Steep to taste.

Seeds or Roots - By Decoction: Add 1 tablespoon seeds or 1 ounce root to 2 cups boiling water. Reduce temperature and allow the mixture to simmer gently for 5 to 10 minutes or a bit longer to taste.

Angelica Liqueur

This isn't really a tea but rather an excellent liqueur:
  • 2 ounce chopped angelica sterms
  • 2 pints good brandy
  • 1 tablespoon skinned bitter almonds (ground to a pulp)
  • 1 pint sugar syrup (made by boiling 2 cups sugar in 1 cup water for 5 minutes)
Steep the angelica stems in the brandy for 5 days. Then add the almonds and strain. Add the syrup. Filter and bottle.

How To Take Angelica

As with all herbal products, follow the manufacturer's instructions on remedies obtained from health stores or pharmacies. However; for a liquid extract form (normally in 65 percent alcohol) take 15 to 20 drops three times daily or one capsule containing 250 mg of the powdered extract twice a day.

Known in Europe since the 17th century, Angelica is the fleshy root of the wild celery plant. It stimulates production of digestive juices, can help improve the flow of bile into the digestive tract, and combats digestive spasms.

Don't confuse the European variety of this root with Chinese Angelica, or Dong Quai. The Chinese version can be used as a supportive for menstrual problems and to help support menopausal women, tonic for anemia (loss of red blood cells), and a product for heart health issues and high blood pressure.

European Angelica, on the other hand, was originally thought to be a supporter of symptoms for plague. Later, it can be used to help support the common cold. Today, only its digestive uses are considered valid.

The aromatic soft musky smell of angelica has given it a reputation as a stomachic, carminative, stimulant, sudorific and emmenagogue; it has been used in general atony, dyspepsia, anorexia, spasms, flatulent colics, nervous cephalalgias, hysteria, neurosis with debility, chlorosis, leukorrhea, typhoid fever, acute and chronic coughing.

People in the north, particularly the Lapps use it as a foodstuff, condiment and health product; they address chest complaints and colic with it; they chew it like tobacco; the Norwegians used the crushed roots in their bread and with its flower buds boiled in doe reindeer when preparing a stomachic. The most reputable veterinary surgeons regard angelica as an excellent supportive for windy colic in animals.

A statuesque plant (up to 8 feet) in fresh light green, and it looks great in a border It can be used for flavoring liqueurs. The stalks are candied and the leaves are eaten as a vegetable in Scandinavia. A. atropurpurea, is similar in appearance while Dang gui or Chinese angelica, A. polymorpha var sinensis, is one of the foremost herbs in Chinese health.

History

It is said that the name Angelica archangelica may have come from the Greek angelos or messenger. It became known as the "angel herb" as it was thought to protect against evil and having great rejuvenating powers.

Characteristics

Angelica is a hardy biennial or short-lived perennial with upright stems and pinnately divided leaves. Pale green flowers are produced in umbels in late summer followed by elliptic notched seeds. It is attractive to beneficial insects.

Growing Tips

A. archangelica likes rich moist soil in sun or semi-shade. Propagate by seed in autumn or spring. It will self-seed freely. If you are growing it for health properties of the root, cut off the flower before it forms. Dang gui, Angelica polymorpha v. sinensis, is grown as a commercial crop.

Medicinal Usage

Health-wise,angelica appears to have a beneficial effect on the circulation of blood and body fluids. For supporting menstrual cramps and fluid retention there can be no better herb to take than angelica. It can also be used as a herb that can be used for stomach upsets, stomach irritations, and headaches.

Praised by Paracelsus (d. 1541) as a "marvellous medicine", angelica was thought in ancient times to be a panacea for all ills. Every part of the plant had health-giving properties, including the seeds. Herbalists valued it as a tonic, and as a herb that can be used for coughs and colds. Angelica tea stimulated the appetite, calmed digestive disorders and supported flatulence, or "corrupt air". In large doses, however, it can over-stimulate the central nervous system, and even paralyse. Culpeper recommended that the powdered root be taken in angelica water to resist poison and the plague.

Culinary Usage

Angelica has long been used for flavouring and confectionery: the candied green stems are still used for decorating cakes and puddings; the seed and roots for flavouring drinks, such as gin and adult drinks. The tender leaves and shoots were also used in salads; stewed with rhubarb and gooseberries, they reduce the tartness of the fruit.

Miscellaneous

An ancient herb which featured in pagan rituals, angelica was grown in England during the Anglo-Saxon period. As it was reputed to possess angelic, or heavenly, powers the herb was worn as a protection against evil spells and witchcraft. Its aromatic properties were exploited in perfumes and pot-pourri.

20 drops of liquid extract made from the stems, roots, and leaves can be taken 2 to 3 times a day or try a capsule containing 200 mg of the dried herb daily.

Known since the 17th century, angelica is the fleshy root of the wild celery plant - a biennial or perennial herb native to northern and eastern Europe and parts of Asia. Angelica root consists of the dried root and rhizome of A. archangelica L. The root and rhizome contain essential oil, coumarin, and coumarin derivatives.

Angelica root supports digestion and digestive secretory functions; maintains healthy levels of bile flow; helps to keep a normal appetite in check; and serves as a muscular tonic in the digestive tract.

Don't confuse the European variety of this root with Chinese Angelica, or Dong Quai. The Chinese version can be used to help support menstrual support; a tonic for the circulatory system and blood composition; and a bodily aid for the management of blood pressure and sustaining general cardiac health.

The Great Hormone Regulator

Angelica is sometimes known as female ginseng, suggesting that the herb has its roots in traditional chinese medicine. Indeed, angelica root became almost as popular as ginseng in traditional chinese prescriptions.

General Herb Information

Angelica - Garden Angelica (Angelica Archangelica).

Propagation: By division of old roots; by transplanting offshoots of a 2-year-old plant; by fresh seed as soon as ripe.

Nature of Plant: Tall, tropical looking; good for back of shady border.

Spacing of Mature Plants: From 2 1/2 to 3 feet.

Cultural Requirements: Moist, light, well drained, medium rich soil; cool spot in part shade; cultivate frequently. Plant will be perennial if flower heads are cut off before they set seed. If flower heads go to seed, plant dies at end of second year. If seed is gathered, sow immediately for more plants.

Uses

Seed: (Culinary) Oil and custards; (Industrial) oil for chypre and fern type of perfume, flavor for wines (muscatel), Chartreuse, Vermouth, Benedictine, substitute for juniper berries in making gin, blender in dental preparations.

Root: (Health) Tea for bronchial colds and indigestion; (Culinary) oil in creams and custards, and bread; (Industrial) blender in dental preparations.

Leaf: (Culinary) Boiling with fish, midrib blanched and eaten like celery, a flavoring for rhubarb jam; (Health) tonic tea; poultices for lung and chest health problems; (Industrial) preparation of hop bitters.

Stalk: (Culinary) Stems and stalk candied and sold as French rhubarb, stewed alone or with rhubarb.

Whole Herb: (Culinary) Flavoring for cooking fish; (Health) tea.

Angelica root is nowadays specifically used for the potential to help support symptoms of appetite loss, stomach cramps and flatulence. Dried roots and root extracts are of commercial importance in alcoholic beverages (e.g. benedictine) and in the flavour industry.

Angelica
Angelica archangelica L.

Family: Apiaceae.

Other Names: Graden angelica; archangel; archangélique (French); Engelwurz (German); archangelica (Italian); angélica (Spanish).

Description: Angelica is a robust biennial herb with large, compound leaves, sheathing leaf bases and thick, ridged, hollow flowering stems. Small, greenish white flowers are borne in rounded clusters and the fruits (mericarps) are relatively large, flattened and winged.

Origin: Eurasia. It is commonly cultivated.

Parts Used: Mainly the roots (Angelicae radix), sometimes the whole herb (Angelicae herba), fruits or essential oil (Oleum angelicae).

Therapeutic Category: Appetite stimulant, stomachic, spasmolytic.

Active Ingredients: The plant is rich in furanocoumarins, including xanthotoxin, imperatorin, angelicin, archangelin and coumarins such as umbelliferone, osthol, osthenol, and others. Osthol is the major compound in roots, imperatorin in fruit. The essential oil of the roots and fruits have alpha-phellandrene, beta-phellandrene and alpha-pinene as main ingredients.

Health Effects: The plantology appears to be poorly known but the plant stimulates the flow of gastric juices and has definite antispasmodic and cholagogue activities.

Notes: The roots of Angelica polymorpha var. sinensis (= A. sinensis) (dang gui; Chinese angelica) and A. dahurica (bai zhi) are very important traditionally by the Chinese. Chinese angelica is considered to be second only to ginseng in terms of its value as a tonic. It can be used to help support some types of anaemia, constipation, irregular menstruation, pain and numerous other ailments.

Status: Pharm.; Comm. E+ (root only); WHO 2 (Chinese angelica).



Medicinal Usage

Angelica species have diaphoretic, expectorant, nervine, carminative, stimulant, and emmenagogue qualities. In Europe, angelica can be used to help support colds, coughs, bronchial troubles, urinary disorders, and indigestion.

In China, at least ten species of angelica are used, the most common being Angelica sinensis (Oliv.) Diels., commonly called dang-qui. It was listed in the earliest Chinese materia medica, Shen-nang's pen-tsao Ching (ca. A.D. 200). Dang-qui means "proper order". Dr. Shiu Ying Hu states, "The root stock of Chinese angelica is by far the foremost drug consumed in China. It is used more frequently and in larger amounts than the generally recognized commonest drugs in China; licorice and ginseng."! It can be used to help support menstrual irregularity, dysmenorrhea, joint pain, boils, skin irritations, anemia, and other ailments. Water extracts cause the smooth uterine muscles to contract and alcohol extracts cause them to relax. It tranquilizes the cerebral nerves and serves as a cardiotonic.

Both the seeds and roots contain about 1 percent of an essential oil. The root oil consists mainly of phellandrene, alpha-pinene, and limonene. The seed oil is similar to that of the root. The oils are rich in coumarins including osthol, angelicin, umbelliferone, and bergapten. The seed oil contains imperatorin, a coumarin. Next to juniper berries, angelica is the main flavor in gin. It can also be used in liqueurs such as benedictine and chartreuse.

The young stalks of angelica can be peeled and eaten sparingly in salads or cooked in two waters as a vegetable. Honey added to the second boiling creates a delightful sweetmeat. The Laplanders preserve the main stalks as seasoning for food. The dried leaves make a delicate tea substitute. Norwegians use the powdered root as a flour for bread baking. The Laps preserve fish by wrapping them in angelica leaves. As vindication of this bit of folklore, researchers have found angelica root oil to have disinfectant properties.

General Herb Information

The genus Angelica is represented by about 100 species. A. arrhangelica, a European species, and A. atropurpurea, a North species, are bold, stout biennials or short-lived perennials (lasting three to five years) which die after forming seed. These stately plants are useful as a focal point in an herb garden.

Before producing flower stalks, the immature stems are about a foot high. After maturing, the average height is around six feet. The stalks of A. archangelica are large, ribbed, smooth, hollow, and often have a light purple cast. A. attrpuipweth stalk is usually dark purple. When backlit by the sun, the leaves are a pleasing chartreuse color. Each leaf consists of numerous leaflets divided into two or three main groups which are again divided into smaller groups. The edges are finely toothed. The leaf stalks flatten horizontally as they clasp the main stem.

The flower head is a spherical umbel, often as large as a softball, with numerous tiny greenish-white flowers. The seeds are about one-fourth inch long, flattened on one side and convex on the other with three ribs. They have thin paper-like winged sides. About twenty-five to thirty oil tubes (vittae) adhere to the seeds in each fruit. The taproots are short, thick, and fleshy, with numerous intertwining rootlets.

The taste of the fresh leaves is warm and pungent, sweet at first, with a slightly bitter aftertaste. A. ativpurpurea has a lovage-like odor while the fragrance of A. archangeiwa can be likened to musk. (Lovage is a close relative of Angelica in the carrot family.)

Angelica is propagated from seeds or by dividing offshoots from old roots, possibly a better method since angelica seed has limited viability. Angelica seed generally remains viable for about six months. It is best to plant seeds in late summer or early autunm soon after the seeds have ripened. The seed can also be refrigerated for planting the following spring. Kent Taylor has frozen angelica seed and kept it viable for two years. Be patient. Angelica may take a month or more to germinate. Occasionally self-sown seedlings appear and can be transplanted to a permanent location in the spring. Sow seed in the fall or spring one-half inch deep in well-prepared seed beds. Give the plants two feet of space in each direction. Angelica enjoys a fairly rich, light, well-drained, but moist loam. It loves partial shade and being close to running water, yet is adaptive to most garden soils. It prefers a slightly acid soil with a pH of 5 to 7. If you dig the plant without disturbing the roots, angelica transplants with ease and in hospitable habitats will grow eight feet high. An acre will produce eight to eleven pounds of seed and 800 to 1,300 pounds of dried root. Large roots may weigh up to three pounds.

Planted as a companion with angelica, stinging nettles reportedly increase angelica's oil content by 80 percent. Angelica is subject to aphid attacks. Spray infested flower heads with a cup of water that has had six crushed cloves of garlic soaked in it. All parts of the plant are useful. The leaves should be harvested carefully in the fall of the first year so that the main stem is not damaged. The root is harvested in the fall of the first or second year, or in the spring of the second year. Two-year-old roots are most desirable. The globe-shaped umbels are harvested as the seeds ripen and dry in shade at 80°F. Roots should be carefully cleaned before drying, and larger roots should be sliced into smaller pieces. Dried angelica is subject to insect infestations and should be stored in sealed containers. The root must be harvested soon after the seeds ripen as it will quickly rot in the ground after the plant has matured.

Preparation and Dosage: Infusions or extracts of the dried root are taken. The daily dose is 4.5 g of dry root (or an equivalent dose), or 10 - 20 drops of the essential oil. Root extracts are used as ingredients of various commercial preparations to help support digestive ailments.

Medicinal Usage

The name angelica derives from the Medieval Latin herba angelica, "angelic herb", so called from its supposed special powers against poison and plague. It was believed to protect against contagious health problems (including the plague), ward off evil spirits and enchantments, bestow long life, and even neutralize the bites of mad dogs.

Today angelica is valued mainly for its stimulating effects on the digestive system. Preparations from stems, seeds, and roots are helpful for calming digestive disturbances and helping to stimulate the appetite and for alleviating coughs.

Ever since colonial times, the aromatic, naturally sweetish stems have been candied for tasty snacks and use as pastry decorations. The celery-like leaf stalks can also be cooked or eaten raw, and essential oils distilled from the seeds and roots are used in perfumes and as flavorings for gin, vermouth, and various liqueurs such as Chartreuse.

General Herb Information

A native of northern Europe, the stately angelica is often grown as a garden herb. Its wild relative - great angelica, or Alexanders - is similar in appearance except for its purplish stems and has similar properties and uses.

Positive identification is essential when collecting the wild species because it resembles some poisonous members of the carrot family.

Habitat: Angelica requires rich, moist garden soil in partial shade. Great angelica prefers wet bottomlands and swamps.

Range: Great angelica grows wild from Labrador to Minnesota, south to Maryland, Indiana, and Iowa.

Identification: A robust perennial herb with thick, hollow stems up to 6 feet tall. The leaves are pinnately compound, with toothed leaflets and enlarged sheaths at the base of the leaf stalks. Large globular flowerheads (June-October) consist of many clusters of tiny greenish-white flowers.
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Liver Cleansing Formula

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Liver Cleansing Formula Tea (Loose) - Red Beet, Horsetail, Blessed Thistle and More 4 oz 512558 $17.89
8 oz 512559 $29.22
Liver Cleansing Formula Tea - Red Beet, Horsetail, Blessed Thistle and More 25 tea bags 512560 $19.57
50 tea bags 512561 $30.70
Liver Cleansing Formula Glycerite Liquid Extract (1:5) 1 oz - No Flavor 523801 $17.97
1 oz - Strawberry 523802 $19.87
1 oz - Vanilla 523803 $19.87
1 oz - Chocolate 523804 $19.87
1 oz - Mint 523805 $19.87
Liver Cleansing Formula - Red Beet, Horsetail, Blessed Thistle and More - 450 mg 100 capsules 512555 $20.81
Liver Cleansing Formula Powder - Red Beet, Horsetail, Blessed Thistle and More 4 oz 512556 $19.35
1 oz 512557 $9.40

TerraVita is an exclusive line of premium-quality, natural source products that use only the finest, purest and most potent ingredients found around the world. TerraVita is hallmarked by the highest possible standards of purity, potency, stability and freshness. All of our products are prepared with the highest elements of quality control, from raw materials through the entire manufacturing process, up to and including the moment that the bottles or bags are sealed for freshness and shipped out to you. Our highest possible standards are certified by independent laboratories and backed by our personal guarantee.

TerraVita exists to meet and ensure your family's health and wellness without the harmful effects or chemicals and prescription medications. We strive to make all of our products affordable and reliable and are constantly searching the market to maintain our affordability and to look for new ways to serve you and the ones you love. TerraVita has become a trusted household name for many families and can bring you and yours the very best herbal supplements, blends, teas and spices that are on the market today.

TerraVita is packed in tamper-proof, food-grade, recyclable containers.

ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
Ricardo02-12-2019

very happy

Teresa03-02-2017

Good job!

Judith01-21-2017

Good

Douglas11-19-2015

Can't live without it

Ephrain01-15-2015

excellent service

Gabriela03-30-2014

Great

Laura09-19-2013

quality

Jocelyn11-29-2012

Works Great!

Schwander12-28-2011

Amazing!

JOANN12-25-2011

wonderful product

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Carmelite Water Blend

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Carmelite Water Blend Tea (Loose) 8 oz 427257 $19.67
4 oz 427255 $13.48
Carmelite Water Blend Tea 50 tea bags 427254 $21.28
25 tea bags 427253 $14.38
Carmelite Water Blend Glycerite Liquid Extract (1:5) 1 oz - No Flavor 523716 $17.97
1 oz - Strawberry 523717 $19.87
1 oz - Vanilla 523718 $19.87
1 oz - Chocolate 523719 $19.87
1 oz - Mint 523720 $19.87
Carmelite Water Blend - 450 mg 100 capsules 514442 $20.39
Carmelite Water Blend Powder 4 oz 514443 $18.65
1 oz 514444 $9.20
Carmelite Water Blend - Cream 2 oz 514445 $17.65
Carmelite Water Blend - Salve Ointment 2 oz 514446 $20.26

Our Carmelite Water Blend is a herbal blend of Lemon Balm, Angelica Root, Coriander, Lemon Peel and Nutmeg.
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.

TerraVita is an exclusive line of premium-quality, natural source products that use only the finest, purest and most potent ingredients found around the world. TerraVita is hallmarked by the highest possible standards of purity, potency, stability and freshness. All of our products are prepared with the highest elements of quality control, from raw materials through the entire manufacturing process, up to and including the moment that the bottles or bags are sealed for freshness and shipped out to you. Our highest possible standards are certified by independent laboratories and backed by our personal guarantee.

TerraVita exists to meet and ensure your family's health and wellness without the harmful effects or chemicals and prescription medications. We strive to make all of our products affordable and reliable and are constantly searching the market to maintain our affordability and to look for new ways to serve you and the ones you love. TerraVita has become a trusted household name for many families and can bring you and yours the very best herbal supplements, blends, teas and spices that are on the market today.

TerraVita is packed in tamper-proof, food-grade, recyclable containers.

ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.

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Bianca Rosa makes all products as affordable as possible and we are constantly searching the market to maintain our affordability and to look for new ways to serve you. Bianca Rosa has been a trusted household name for many families throughout the world since the 1990s. Bianca Rosa is packed in tamper-proof, recyclable containers.

ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of all Bianca Rosa products, including creams, salves and oils in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
Lucia07-21-2017

very happy

Igor08-27-2016

Can't live without it

Hope12-16-2015

excellent service

marlene10-21-2015

No Regrets

Martha02-26-2014

Good

Ruth07-31-2013

what we were looking for

Todd11-18-2012

Great Service

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