Herbal

Herbal

The first known instance of herbs being collected for the purpose of ingesting them took place 60,000 years ago. Recent archaeological findings appear to indicate that even way back then, our Neanderthal relatives living in Iran understood the many ways that herbs can heal and soothe the body. So raise a cup to the past! 

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Angel Falls Mist
This tea has a very exotic flavor profile. The delicious blend of lemon and strawberry flavors co..
Bacchanalia
All hail the king of May! Pan! Dionysus! Bacchus! Celebrate his joie de vivre with this delicious..
Balance
From the first sip of this spectacular blend, the body seems to reconfigure itself along a more..
Berry Berry
Herb and fruit tea in some circles is considered a new type of tea. We formulated this blend to a..
Blue Eyes (Herbal Tea)
Frank Sinatra - old Blue Eyes himself was the inspiration for this fruit blend. The fruit blend h..
Cranberry Apple
The  delicious blend of cranberry, fruit and apple flavors combined with the natural flavors..
Egyptian Chamomile (Herbal Tea)
  Camomile can be made into a pleasant aromatic tea which is slightly bitter but with a ..
Eternally Nuts
According to the dictionary, Eternally means, “without beginning or end; lasting forever; always ex..
Group of 7 pins
Can't decide which pin to get? Why not have them all?! Pick and choose which dinos suit your mood..
Heather's Blend - Honeybush and Lavender
This receipe was brought to our attention by a dear friend desperately seeing a mix of Honeybush ..
Herbal Tea Gift Basket
We've taken the liberty of putting a little something special together. Maybe it's for you, maybe..
Lightshaded Dreams
We created this tea as a tribute to a dear friend, who is always in search of the perfect cup..
Lovely Dreaming
A confection of soothing chamomile, heavenly lavender and sweet rose to send you straight to drea..
Madagascar Almond Spice (herbal tea)
The Island State of Madagascar, situated off the coast of Africa, is the fourth largest island in..
On the Waterfront (Herbal Tea)
First, peppermint gives the blend a spicy fresh profile. Next are the rose petals that weave..
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