Beware Egyptian chamomile tea
I originally purchased this tea from HSN and when I ran out, I ordered directly from Andrew’s website. One day after enjoying a cup of the Egyptian chamomile tea, I noticed that there was an insect in the tea bag! You can feel free to search YouTube for bug in prolabs chamomile tea to see my video proof. Anyway, I reached out to Pro labs and after a couple of days received a call back where I explained my situation. They offered my original purchase price back and nothing else. You would think that they would be more interested in what was in their tea. They did ask that I return the answer to them but if I do that, there goes any proof that I have. I have been totally put off by drinking any more of the tea and I’m nauseous just thinking about it. How do I know that that bug didn’t have anything that could affect me? I would have thought they would been more interested in working with me to figure this out and to come to an amiable conclusion rather than to ignore me out right after only one communication.
I’ve been there too – but from loose teas I purchased from Philly’s Reading Terminal Market – great teas, fairly traded sources – and lil bugs – NOPE, NO, NO THANKS, NO BUGS for me, I too got off teas for a while.
Then I started buying from WholeFoods – and sift their teas like I’m looking for gold. It’s so silly – but I feel better knowing they aren’t in there.
Lady u did right I would just go to my lawyer. And take care of them u could. Have gotten sick too mg, sue lady thatsour life oo
Unfortunately, this sometimes happens with imported teas. I’m pretty sure procapslabs itself is immaculate and sanitary. The source of the tea itself may be the problem.
I have been taking Andrew’s organic Egyptian Golden Chamomile tea since he introduced it to HSN with no problem. I love it!!!! ??????????????????
It is not only your tea that is affected with bugs, but your cereals and pasta products are as well. Ever notice those little moths flying around (called pantry moths).They actually come from the warehouses where they have been sitting for a few months before being shipped to your local market. Sometimes I wish there was a way to look into these boxes before purchasing. So now I either refrigerate them or store in my freezer. Anything that is dried and stored in paper or plastic are notorious for not being bug proofed.
Well…best if you never, ever use ANY dried spices. Do a search on how many dried and ground bugs are in spices. Stuff happens in products such as these…think of it as added protein.
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02.28.17 1:00 AM