Pain Tea

Pain Tea. 40g. 100% Natural Loose Leaf Tea.

Ingredients (all organic): Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria), Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium), Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), White Willow Bark (Salix alba), Hemp (Cannabis sativa), Turmeric (Curcuma longa), Black pepper (Piper nigrum), and Chilli (Capsicum annum).

Contents settle, mix before use. Due to the natural ingredients, flavour may vary.

Did you know?

You can take this tea to help reduction of pain and improve health, but in order to effectively treat a condition with plant medicine, you need to reach a medicinal dose. And then, take the correct dose for the correct duration for individual needs. We recommend you first consult a NIMH medical herbalist before taking any plant medicine at a medicinal level for the first time to treat a specific condition in order to get the best prescription for your individual needs.


When taking a plant at a medicinal level, always first consult a NIMH medical herbalist or healthcare professional before giving to a child, if you are pregnant, have any medical condition or allergy, or if you are taking any medication. Do not stop taking any medication you have been prescribed without consulting your health care professional.


Availability: 10 in stock

Botanicals Rooted in Scientific Excellence

Throughout history, people have turned to the abundant world of medicinal plants to alleviate pain and combat inflammation. Notably, botanicals such as chili, white willow, feverfew, meadowsweet, hemp, lavender, as well as topical comfrey and arnica, have undergone laboratory research, illuminating the intricate mechanisms behind their pain-reduction and anti-inflammatory properties. These mechanisms involve the inhibition of various inflammatory mediators within the body, including prostaglandins and cytokines, as well as the reduction of pain mediators like substance P.

For select botanicals such as hemp, white willow, chili, feverfew, lavender, and topical arnica and comfrey, gold standard (controlled) clinical trials involving human subjects have been conducted. These clinical trials demonstrate that when administered at specific dosages, these plants effectively alleviate cancer-related pain, muscle spasms, and reduce vasodilation associated with migraines. In addition, they effectively block the prostaglandins responsible for pain and swelling, often yielding results comparable to or surpassing those of conventional pharmaceutical drugs.

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