Herbs, fresh or dried, make great teas. Herbal teas are a great way to add essential vitamins and minerals to your diet. They are also quite tasty!! When making an Herbal Tea, you can make a nice beverage tea or make a stronger infusion to address a specific need.

spearmint 1 1:2 oz

HERBAL TEAS FOR SALE
Alfalfa
Anise Hyssop
Basil
Blue Vervain
Calendula
Celery, Cutting
Chamomile
Chocolate Mint
Clary Sage
Elderberry
Elder Flower
Fennel Seed
Horehound
Hyssop
Lavender
Lemon Balm
Lemon Verbena
Lemongrass
Meadowsweet
Mullein
Oregano
Parsley
Passionflower
Peppermint
Red Clover
Rosemary
Sage
Spearmint
Strawberry leaf
Sumac
Thyme – English, German, Lemon
Violet leaf
Yarrow

More are on the way!! We are working on TEA BLENDS too!
Contact us if you’d like to purchase some teas! We’ll email you an updated list of our availability.

HOW TO MAKE AN HERBAL TEA
Using DRIED plant – Steep 1 tsp – 1 Tblspn tea in 1 cup boiling water for 10-60+ minutes in a closed pot or container. It is important to cover your tea if you desire a stronger, more medicinal tea to keep the volatile oils in. If desiring a nice beverage tea, then you choose lid on or lid off. It is nice to remember to have a nice beverage tea every so often to simply enjoy the tea and relax!

Using FRESH plant – Steep 1 Tblspn – 3 Tblspn tea in 1 cup boiling water for 10-60+ minutes in a closed pot or container. Same recommendations apply here too. Steep your tea in a closed pot or container to keep the volatile oils in.

*NOTE – Stronger is not always better. When starting off with a new tea or tea blend, start on the low side, and see how it makes you feel before you make a strong infusion. Some people are more sensitive than other people, and herbs may have different effects in different people due to their specific needs, balances, and imbalances. Just because it works for someone, doesn’t mean it is good for everyone.
**NOTE – If any uncomfortableness is felt, stop taking the tea immediately, and contact your physician.

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