What is another word for trapper's tea?

Pronunciation: [tɹˈapəz tˈiː] (IPA)

Trapper's tea refers to a medicinal tea made from herbs that was historically consumed by trappers and fur traders in North America. This tea was believed to have various health benefits, such as boosting energy and immunity. Some synonyms for trapper's tea include bush tea, prairie tea, and mountain tea. These teas were typically made from a combination of wild herbs found in the region, such as coneflower, goldenseal, and echinacea. Today, trapper's tea is still used as a natural remedy for minor health issues, and can be found at health food stores or made at home with a variety of herbs.

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What are the hyponyms for Trapper's tea?

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