Monday, July 1, 2019

Cota (Navajo Tea) for Sale

Cota, also called Greenthread or Navajo Tea has been used for hundreds of years by Native Americans and has a very pleasing flavor.

Cota is one of the best all around herbs for urinary tract infections.

Cota is a great diuretic and also a wonderful anti-inflammatory agent.
Cota is also good for soothing the gastro intestinal tract and getting rid of cramps

Cota contains lots of luteolin and glycosides that are wonderful flavonoids, and studies show that these particular compounds are also COX inhibitors --- that’s why it works great as a anti-inflammatory.

Cota works well for arthritis and other inflammatory conditions too.

Studies also show that Cota keeps platelets from sticking together helping to prevent strokes and heart attacks... also improving blood flow and lowering blood pressure.

Plus it’s also great for the pain such as toothaches... and it’s a good detoxing agent too.

Bundles                 $4
Packets (1oz)       $5
8oz                      $30
1lbs                     $50



Local Pickup in Santa Fe or add $5 for shipping

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or mail check to: 

Mil Abrazos CLT
1194 Dilia Loop, La Loma, NM 87724

Questions?  505-557-7962

Thank you!

Brewing Instructions
Cut Tea: Add 1.5 tsp of tea to an 8oz cup. Pour boiling water (
filtered or spring water) over the tea and let steep 5-7 minutes.

Bundles:   Boil a bundle in 6-8 cups of water for about 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, Navajo tea begins to smell earthy and mild of fresh grass and it is ready to drink. Navajo tea can be served either hot or iced or sweetened. Besides a sweetener, you can also add peppermint, spearmint, citrus, and etc. to make your Navajo tea tastier.  Bundle can be boiled twice.