House Tea, Spice and Superfood Blends

 
 
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Fall Asleep Tea

Does your mind race before going to bed, keeping you from falling asleep?  Try this aromatic, relaxing blend of German chamomile, oatstraw, lavender and passionflower!  Safe for pregnancy and kid-friendly, this is the perfect nightime tea to help you wind down after a long day.

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Stay Asleep Tea

If you are the kind of person who wakes up a lot in the middle of the night, this is the tea for you!  Featuring California poppy, linden, passionflower, mugwort, and scullcap this powerful blend will induce deep sleep and increase your dreaming potential!  Great for people with restless leg or other nightime muscle spasms.

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Fever Breaker Tea

Feeling under the weather?  This blend of elderberry, peppermint, and yarrow is perfect to keep in the house during cold and flu season.  Great for the whole family, these herbs boost the immune system while cooling the body down.

Lung Tonic Tea

Did you recently quit smoking, or maybe you are still trying to kick the habit?  This medicinal blend of spearmint, hibiscus, comfrey, red clover, lemongrass, mullein and oatstraw is both soothing and restorative for your respiratory tract.  

Sore Throat Tea

We've all had that hoarse, scratchy feeling in our throats before where we feel ourselves getting sick. Before it becomes too painful to swallow, try drinking a batch of this blend of wild cherry bark, marshmallow root, orange peel, ginger, fennel, slippery elm, clove and licorice root.  These soothing herbs are bound to keep any infection at bay.

Lingering Cough Tea

If you have a dry, unproductive cough, this blend of ginger, sage, hyssop, mullein and eucalyptus is what you need!  These "expectorant" herbs help rid the body of mucus and soothe the throat from any potential stress caused by coughing.

Healthy Heart Tea

We all know someone struggling with high blood pressure, high cholesterol or cardiovascular disease. This blend of hawthorn, hibiscus, yarrow, scullcap and motherwort is the perfect cardiotonic!  These herbs strengthen the heart and blood vessels and aid in lowering elevated blood pressure.  Deep red in color, this tea is bound to make your heart happy!

Stressed Stomach Tea

One common cause of digestive upset is nervousness.  If you are the type of person who cannot eat or digest food well when you are worried or feeling emotional, this is the blend for you!  Featuring agrimony, ginger, spearmint and motherwort, these nourishing, warming herbs will ignite your digestive system while relaxing your nervous system so you can eat in peace!

Heartburn Remedy Tea

Ditch the TUMS, and try this amazing blend of marshmallow root, German chamomile, catnip, lemon balm and meadowsweet next time you have acid reflux!  These soothing herbs aid in reducing inflammation while regulating the acidity/alkalinity of the gastrointestinal tract.

Emotional Rescue Tea

We all have days (or weeks) where we are in need of some emotional "rescuing." Whether you are going through a break up, recently lost your job, or just find yourself in a funk, this blend is sure to help take the edge off!  Featuring lemon balm, oatstraw, passionflower and wood betony, these nervines are known to "gladden the heart," and subtly relax an over-taxed nervous system.  

Morning Jumpstart House Blend

Moringa leaf is an herb packed full of vitamins, minerals, and protein that has become well known for its metabolism-boosting effects, along with a slew of other health benefits!  Blended with locally-grown lemongrass, ginger, and dandelion leaf, this tea is an energizing, caffeine-free way to literally jump-start your morning!

Energy Renewal Tea

Do you feel overworked, under-rested, with little energy throughout the day and trouble sleeping at night?  Herbs classified as "adaptogens" help bring the body back to balance by regulating the hormones produced by the nervous system during times of stress.  All of us could use some balance, since this is such a fast-paced society we live in.  This trio of roots and berries features two of my favorite Ayurvedic herbs: ashwagandha and schisandra, as well as eleuthero root, which is also known as "Siberian ginseng."  

Hannah's Herbal Yerba Tea

Yerba mate is a flavorful alternative to coffee due to its high caffeine content. This house blend features yerba mate, holy basil, stinging nettles, and hibiscus. Pink in color, this multi-faceted brew acts as an energy, mood and immune booster!

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Mellow Yellow Yerba Tea

Yerba mate is a flavorful alternative to coffee due to its high caffeine content. This house blend features lemon verbena, lemongrass, and lemon balm, which add a citrusy twist to the earthy flavor of the yerba mate.  

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Spring Cleaning Tea

Toning and rehabilitating to the liver and kidneys, this blend of peppermint, stinging nettles, lemon balm, alfalfa leaf, parsley, and red clover is the perfect daily tea for someone who is trying to detox in a healthy manner.

Liver Cleanse Tea

Been partying hard lately?  It may be time to give your liver a well-deserved break, and swap out your next beer or glass of wine with a cup of this brew! Full of earthy roots that nourish the liver and rid it of toxins, this blend features dandelion root, milk thistle, chicory root, burdock root, ceylon cinnamon bark, and chaga mushroom. 

"Wise Water" Tea

This simple blend of cumin, coriander, and fennel seed has been a recipe passed down from generations of herbalists due to its amazing detoxifying properties! This aromatic broth is high in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, and acts as a gentle cleanse for the digestive tract. 

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Alkalizing Superfood Blend

Recently, the concept of changing our body from an acidic to an alkaline state has become very popular. Science has shown that most diseases manifest in an acidic environment, which tends to be a result of poor diet and lifestyle choices.  Moreover, instead of buying a bunch of high pH water, try this awesome trio of wheat grass, spirulina, and chlorella, which is highly alkalizing, nutritious, and cleansing.  Tastes great in a smoothie!  

Hibiscus LemonAid Tea

Sometimes you find yourself thirsty, but water seems really boring.  If you are trying to avoid sugary beverages and are looking for a flavorful way to hydrate, try this delicious tart blend of hibiscus, lemon peel, lemon verbena, lemongrass, and lemon balm.  Tastes great iced!

Minty Buds Tea

If you're a peppermint lover, try this flavorful mix of rosehips, peppermint and hibiscus!  It packs a tart punch and is an excellent source of Vitamin C!  A favorite during the holidays, this tea also tastes delicious iced!  

Bloating Relief Tea

This formula is made for all goddesses who tend to retain water during their moon cycle.  Featuring stinging nettle, dandelion leaf and raspberry leaf, these diuretic herbs will aid in pulling excess water off the body, leaving you confident to zip up your jeans comfortably!

Yogi Chai Tea

This spin-off of a traditional "chai" features ceylon cinnamon sticks, cardamom pods, ginger, clove, and black peppercorns.  Warming and nourishing, this blend enhances digestion and has immune-boosting properties.

Chaga Chai Tea

Chaga mushroom is a powerful superfood for the immune system and is packed with antioxidants.  It has as a rich chocolaty flavor that pairs well with the ceylon cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, star anise, clove and black pepper in this chai blend.

Medicinal "Gold" Chai Tea

Turmeric is highly potent in antioxidants and acts as a wonderful anti-inflammatory.  Best absorbed with fat and black pepper, it makes perfect sense to add it into a chai blend!  This golden chai features ceylon cinnamon, cardamom pods, fennel, burdock root, dandelion root, turmeric, ginger, clove, and black pepper.  The burdock and dandelion are both cleansing to the liver, and the fennel enhances digestion.  

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Cramp Roots and Flowers Tea

If you are a goddess who gets severe, painful cramps during her moon cycle, there is no need to suffer anymore!  This 2-part feminine tea features a blend of anti-spasmodic roots and flowers including: cramp bark, wild yam, rosehips, German chamomile, and rose petals, which all help prevent and relax cramping of the uterus. Best if roots are prepared first, followed by an infusion of the flowers.

Lulu's Spice

Looking for a salt-free seasoning that packs a flavorful punch?  Blended with sage, rosemary, oregano, parsley, garlic, and cayenne, Lulu's spice tastes great on chicken, fish, sprinkled over roasted potatoes, scrambled eggs, and even soup! 

Magical Cafe Spice

Are you trying to ditch sugar, but can't stand the taste of black coffee?  Maybe you make the same smoothie everyday for breakfast, and are looking for a way to jazz it up?  Add a teaspoon of this decadent blend of cacao nibs, Vietnamese cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, turmeric, and cayenne to your next drink!  This guilt-free tasty treat is packed with antioxidants, increases circulation, and regulates the body's inflammation response.  It really is magical!