Manglier, also known as the Groundsel Bush, is a traditional Louisiana Creole remedy. Its use started with the Creole and Cajun communities, as well as the Native Americans, Acadians, and other ethnic groups using the leaves of the bush to make teas that they would then consume as part of their folk medicine and remedies. It has been shown to play a role in treating colds, flu and prevents anti-viral infections. an anti-inflammatory herb to treat cold, flu, diabetes as well as fighting anti-viral infections and cancer. For more information, read our blog on Manglier Tea here.