Herbal Tea

The thought of herbal tea brings to mind the sensory thrill of herbs, the medicinal and health benefits these teas possess, and maybe even an internal debate about loose leaf vs. herbal tea bags. But did you know that “herb teas” are not officially teas? In the purest sense, only the leaves and buds of Camellia sinensis, the plant that gives us black, oolong, green, and white tea should be called tea. Technical fun facts aside, caffeine free herbal teas offer a range of health benefits and can play a role in natural weight loss. Plus, natural herbs tea is just plain delicious to buy and drink!

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  • Organic Elderberry Red Tea Bags

    Cup of Protection - Valued for thousands of years for its healing benefits, the versatile elderberry has a long history in popular folklore. Used to make wine and flavor foods, the magical elderberry has been referred to in music and poetry for generations. We?ve blended them with an organic red rooibos base for a double dose of delicious defense.

  • Organic Thai Ginger SuperHerb® Tea Bags

    SUPERHERB® TEAS

    Our Minister of Herbs continually searches the globe for "wonder" herbs unique in flavor and functionality. While unknown to the Western world, many herbs have been nutritional dynamos in the local region's daily diet for centuries whether for boosting performance, strength or longevity. Now, these SuperHerb Teas can be an easy part of your daily wellness regimen.

    Tea for Everyday Wellness*

    Galangal root or "Thai Ginger" is a common ingredient in Thai soups and curries. It is very similar to common ginger but has a slight lemony flavor and floral aroma. We have added lemongrass to accentuate the citrus notes and honey flavor for a sweet finish. Like ginger, galangal has been used for thousands of years in Asia to help with digestion, nausea and upset stomachs.*

    FAVOR PROFILE: SPICY-SWEET

  • Organic Milk Thistle SuperHerb® Tea Bags

    SUPERHERB® TEAS

    Our Minister of Herbs continually searches the globe for "wonder" herbs unique in flavor and functionality. While unknown to the Western world, many herbs have been nutritional dynamos in the local region's daily diet for centuries whether for boosting performance, strength or longevity. Now, these SuperHerb Teas can be an easy part of your daily wellness regimen.

    Tea for Cleansing*

    Milk thistle is named for the "milk" that exudes from the leaves when they are cut, but it is the seeds that have made their mark as an herbal remedy. They contain a compound called silymarin, which has been used for over 2,000 years in European cultures to help protect the liver from toxins.* Milk thistle has also been used as a hangover remedy and to help increase breast milk production.* Orange and grapefruit notes are added to create a bright and cleansing cup.

    FLAVOR PROFILE: LIGHT, CITRUSY

  • Saffron Rose Herbal Tea Bags

    Worth its Weight in Gold

    Known as the world's most expensive spice, saffron has been used for thousands of years in European, Indian and Persian cuisine. It's unique sweet-savory flavor and distinct aroma elevates anything it is blended with. This smooth, bright golden cup is finished with the delicate, floral notes of fresh rose petals for an ethereal sip.

    The premium saffron in this tea comes from Rumi Spice, a company founded by former U.S. Army officers who served combat tours in Afghanistan. Sourced from local Afghan farms, they employ 2,000 women to hand-harvest the delicate crimson stigmas of the flowers. Committed to empowering Afghan women and its economy, Rumi reinvests back into agricultural and manufacturing infrastructure.

    I smile like a flower,
    not only with my lips,
    but with my whole being.

    - Rumi

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