NOTICE OF RISK / DISCLAIMER
Labrador tea is generally considered safe to consume when consumed in a tea format, in moderation The leaves and twigs of the rhododendron tomentosum plant, which are used to make labrador tea, contain small amounts of toxic compounds called grayanotoxins, which can cause symptoms including but not limited to dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and muscle weakness, when ingested in large amounts. These toxic compounds are generally not present in sufficient quantities to cause harm when the plant is consumed in such small amounts, as found in a tea format.
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healthcare provider or a qualified herbalist before using any herbal remedies, including labrador tea and other types of herbal teas to ensure that they are safe and appropriate for your individual needs and health conditions. Our company is not liable for any side effects, injuries or harm resulting from your use of our teas, including but not limited to your use of our labrador tea.
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