Hibiscus Flower Herbal Tea
Wild hibiscus flowers, rose hips, wild cherry bark, lemon balm, orange peel, cranberry and peppermint
Our most popular tea. High in vitamin C, makes a very good hot or iced tea.
Alfalfa Mint Herbal Tea
Excellent for mothers who are having a hard time nursing, stimulates lactation.
Insomnia Herbal Tea
Catnip, valerian, chamomile, skullcap, passion flower and peppermint.
Perfect for people who either have a hard time getting or staying asleep, people who have high anxiety or those who need help managing ADHD.
Papaya Mint Herbal Tea
A very good substitute for "The Purple Pill".
Ginger Herbal Tea
This spicy tea helps to prevent colds, aid in digestion, prevent nausea and help with sore throats.
Chamomile Herbal Tea
Babies with Colic will find relief with this time-tested remedy.
Red Clover Herbal Tea
Helps ease menstruation and strengthen the female organs.
Lemongrass Herbal Tea
Helps with poor digestion of food, stomach aches, gas, bowel spasms as well as diarrhea. Can be a mild sedative and may calm nerves.
Raspberry Leaf Herbal Tea
Not a fruit flavored tea. Most commonly used for women’s health. Aids in conception by clearing toxins from your system that may be preventing pregnancy. Strengthens the uterine wall, which may increase the chances of embryo implantation and reduces the chance of early miscarriage.
Mango Black Tea
Dried mango nibs in a black tea base.
Earl Grey Tea
Black tea, orange peel, cinnamon, sarsaparilla, rose hips, squaw tea, licorice root, anise seed, fenugreek, chicory, ginseng, and natural bergamont oil.
Spiced Chai Tea
Cinnamon, orange peel, black tea, cloves, allspice, fennel, ginger, licorice root, and cardamom.
A holiday favorite. Best when made with apple juice or red wine.
Blackberry Black Tea
Dried blackberries nibs in a black tea base.
Apricot Black Tea
Dried apricot nibs in a black tea base.
An Argentinian green tea.
Gunpowder Green Tea
Wakes you up better than a cup o' Joe, with far less acidity.
Jasmine Green Tea
Traditional green tea with a hint of jasmine flowers.
A traditional Chinese tea. Oolong is a traditional semi-oxidized Chinese tea produced through a process including withering the plant under strong sun and oxidation before curling and twisting.