I never knew about cerasee tea until I brought it inadvertently during a flower arranging class from my garden and a certified nursing assistant told me all about it. The cerisee vine grows like a weed in my garden so I started bringing it to work for the nurses to use. I decided to make a video about it on my YouTube garden channel.
People started asking me for the tea and seeds so I started a business. I sell the tea in bulk gallon bags for just six dollars, including shipping. Seed packets of a dozen seeds are three dollars including shipping.
To brew the tea, boil water and then pour it over about a four inch piece of vine and leaves. Leave the tea to steep in the water for a few minutes, then strain into a cup. You can also put the leaves in a tea infuser and steep in boiling water. It is a bitter tea.
To order tea, just leave your contact information on my website, www.robbornstein.com
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Men and women drink the tea as a tonic, but not all the time since it can be hard on the kidneys and liver.