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Offering Teas, Herbs, Cultural and Spiritual Items from Around the World.
Ache All Over - Fibromyalgia
Allergy & Sinus
Contains: Rooibos, Honeybush, Nettle Leaf, Lemon Myrtle, Calendula Petals.
This Blend is caffeine free and rich in naturally occurring anti-oxidants and trace minerals which assist in boosting the body's natural immune system. With the addition of nettle and calendula it also works as an anti-histamine and mild detoxant and blood purifier.
Caution: Nettle may lower blood pressure and heart rate. Avoid chronic use due to its diuretic effects.
Discover the scents and flavors of freshly roasted nuts and carmelized almonds mixed with baked apples. This pastry type tisane will tempt you right away from the very first sip. Provides a pleasant sweetish texture full of highly aromatic cake like flavors which are reminiscent of countless seasonal fairs during the holiday season. Made with apple pieces, chipped almonds, cinnamon, beetroot pieces and flavoring.
Balance - Adrenal & Thyroid Tonic
Breath Easy - Respiratory System
Clear the Cobwebs - Mental Clarity
Cloud 9 - Anxiety - Relaxation
Drop my Levels - Blood Pressure & Colesterol
Free Flowin' - Prostate Compound
Granny's Remedy - Cold & Flu
Grouchy Girl - PMS Formula
Hack Attack - Cough Formula
I.B. Gone - Gastrointestinal Protection
Itch Away - Eczema & Psoriasis
Calming and soothing to the digestive system, this blend is also good as a evening night-cap to help as a sleep aid. Classic whole Egyptian Chamomile flowers. A gentle relaxant. Relaxes an overactive and over contracted stomach and bowel while sedating the central nervous system, so countering anxiety and stress. No matter how it's used, Peppermint has been said to relieve tension headaches, anxiety, insomnia, indigestion, heartburn, nausea and flatulence. Some herbalists claim it has antispasmodic qualities that make it useful for muscle and stomach cramps. In addition, peppermint is believed to help normalize and balance the entire system, helping the body maintain its self-healing abilities.
Need a little something stronger than our Zzzzz? Then this is a blend just right for you! Lulls you in to a sound night's sleep without "knocking you out".
Blended with Chamomile, Lavender, Lemon Balm, Passion Flower, Rosehips, Scullcap, St John's Wort and Valerian Root.
South India spice gardens abound with a delicious light peppery finish. Only premium January grown spices make the grade for this mix. Now, even with all the variations in Chai available in India, most recipes share some constants: ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, coriander, cloves and black pepper. (The standard savory mix we are offering here.) What is added on top of the standard mix is where it gets interesting. Chai-wallahs, (sellers), might add saffron, vanilla pods, pieces of dried fruit, chili peppers, crushed nuts and just about anything else they can lay their hands on to personalize their product. Use it to develop some spicy blends of your own. For a start, try adding the mix to black teas, green teas or Rooibos. Or shake things up and blend it into one of our premium-flavored teas like vanilla, peach or orange. With chai, the possibilities are endless. Let us know what you come up with - weíre always looking for another cup to add to our collection!
A Special al organic blend to aid in the detoxification and cleansing of the Blood, Kidneys and Liver while also giving a boost to the immune system.
Contains: Astragalus Root, Burdock Root, Calendula petals, Cleavers Herb, Coriander Seed, Marshmallow Root, Milk Thistle Seed, Rooibos, Rosemary and Schisandra Berries.
Certified Organic & Kosher
Country of Origin: USA
Essiac tea is well known for its effectiveness in treating a wide variety of chronic illnesses as well as being an excellent natural detox method.
Contains: Burdock Root, Sheep Sorrel, (Turkey) Rhubarb Root and Slippery Elm Bark.
Caution: Pregnant woman should consult their physician. Only use stainless steel utensils when preparing this tea. This product contains Rhubarb Root ( Rheum palmatum).Do not use if you have or develop diarrhea, loose stools, or abdominal pain, Rhubarb Root may worsen these conditions and be harmful to your health. Consult your physician if you have frequent diarrhea or if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition. Individuals with a history of kidney stones should use this herb cautiously.
Full Moon Tea
Contains: Rose Bud Petals and Rose Hips
Formulated to assist with the cramping that is commonly associated with some women's monthly menstrual cycle
An intriguing fruit and flower blend with a distinctive strawberry flavor. Who does not remember Grandmaís and Grandpaís colorful, tempting garden? The large rhubarb leaves on pink, thick stalks unfolding in summer. Delicious strawberries, secretly plucked from the bush and immediately eaten. The juicy, ripe blackberries, which left colored teeth after having been secretly stolen from the bush. All of these aromatic treasures of sweet and delicious fruits and berries in a colorful and appetizing fruit tea blend let the dreams of childhood live again!
Certified Organic & Kosher
Contains: Organic cardamom, organic cinnamon, organic cloves, organic cumin, organic black pepper, organic coriander.
Suggested Uses: All purpose spicy Indian seasoning that is great on all kinds of dishes from meats, fish and poultry to pastries. We even like it in chocolate milk shakes!
A blend designed especially for the Goddess in your life.
An intermingling of herbs that is specially formulated to help out with the discomforts of menopause, such as hot flashes and night sweats.
Contains: Red clover blossoms, dong quai, wild yam,
fo-ti root, ginko, ginseng, maca root and raspberry leaf .
Clams, relaxes and increases oxygen and blood flow to the brain resulting in the relief of most headaches. Has even been known to relieve migraines in some cases. Best taken at the first onset of a headache. May also be drank for itís wonderful minty-woodsy flavor. Good as an iced tea too!
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Consult your health care professional prior to use if you are pregnant, nursing, take any medication or have a medical condition.
What are herbal supplements?
Products made from botanicals, or plants, that are used to treat diseases or to maintain health are called herbal products, botanical products, or phytomedicines. A product made from plants and used solely for internal use is called an herbal supplement.
Many prescription drugs and over-the-counter medicines are also made from plant products, but these products contain only purified ingredients and are regulated by the FDA. Herbal supplements may contain entire plants or plant parts.
Herbal supplements come in all forms: dried, chopped, powdered, capsule, or liquid, and can be used in various ways, including:
Swallowed as pills, powders, or tinctures
Brewed as tea
Applied to the skin as gels, lotions, or creams
Added to bath water
The practice of using herbal supplements dates back thousands of years. Today, the use of herbal supplements is common among American consumers. However, they are not for everyone. Because they are not subject to close scrutiny by the FDA, or other governing agencies, the use of herbal supplements remains controversial. It is best to consult your doctor about any symptoms or conditions you have and to discuss the use of herbal supplements.
Ashwagandha, catís claw, st. johnís wort, astragalus, gynostemma, lycci berry, nettle, passion flower, red clover, scullcap.
Ashwaganda, holy basil, rhodiola, eleuthero, gotu kola.
Lobelia, echinacea, gynostemma, astragalus, blue violet, catís claw, fennel, fenugreek, ginko, juniper, meadowsweet, mullein, st. johnís wort.
Ginkgo, ashwagandha, gotu kola, eleuthero, gynostemma, rhodiola rosea, fo-ti, lycci berries, schisandra berries.
Ashwagandha, eleuthero, kava kava, rhodiola rosea, gynostemma, schisandra berries
Burdock, catís claw, eleuhero, gotu kola, gynostemma, hibiscus flowers, yarrow flowers.
Saw palmetto, astragalus, eleuthero, nettle root, catís claw, cornsilk, cleavers, goldenseal, juniper berries.
Echinacea, astragalus, feverfew, blue violet, catís claw, elder flowers, goldenseal, holy basil, linden flower, meadowsweet, moringa, nettle, rhodiola rosea, rosehips, yarrow, elder flowers.
Dandelion, chaste tree, wild yam, dong quai, ginko, schizandra berries, scullcap.
Blue violet, comfrey, fennel, mullen, wild cherry bark.
Catís claw, goldenseal, gynostemma, slippery elm, cornsilk, fennel, ginger, holy basil, lemon balm.
Calendula, chamomile, cleavers, red clover, nettle.
Pau DíArco, lemongrass, chrysanthemum
When the town Dr prescribes herbs instead of pills