Herbs

Our Creative herbal tea showcases the powerful health benefits of St. John's Wort, a legendary medicinal perennial. We chose to feature Creative this month as an homage to the natural flow of inspiration and imagination that accompanies the beautiful summer season. The Creative blend allows for...

St. John's Wort, or Hypericum perforatum, originates in Eurasia and was brought to North and South America by European settlers who valued the plant as a medicinal herb. The plant is characterized by bright yellow flowers and oblong green leaves covered in dots which, when...

Calendula is a genus that encompasses over a dozen plants that include the plant commonly known as marigold. The name Calendula comes from the Latin word for "little calendar" or "little clock" in reference to it's impressive blooming season which in some climates can last...

One of the wonderful qualities of our Skin Herbal Tea is that you don't have to just drink it to enjoy its healing benefits. You can use it in your own DIY face mask recipe! Brew a large mug of Skin Herbal Tea and steep...

The Saw Palmetto also known as Serenoa repens is a dwarf palm tree native to the southeast regions of North America and especially abundant in Florida, Georgia, Cuba, and the Bahamas. It grows in sandy soil and gets its name from the sharp, saw-like teeth...

Now with our Motion Sickness herbal tisane, you can explore the ocean with more ease?? Our Motion Sickness tisane calms and soothes the digestive tract, reduces acids, and aides in stomach bloat by relaxing stomach muscles to keep them from cramping up or over-contracting. This blend...

Skullcap (sometimes spelled scullcap) is the common name for Scutellaria, a genus of flowering plants in the mint family. This perennial thrives in moist, shady riparian habitats, from forests and thickets to meadows and marshes and is a native plant of North America. The native species...

Adaptogenic herbs are substances that enhance your ability to resist stress, anxiety, trauma and fatigue – slowly and gently, without jolts or crashes. They’re called adaptogens because of their unique ability to “adapt” their function according to your body’s specific needs. Too anxious, they calm;...

Sage is a common household culinary herb used throughout many cultures across the globe. It has also been a common herb used in many ancient herbalism practices. Scientifically known as Salvia officinalis, sage is closely related to rosemary; they are often considered “sister herbs.” Sage...

Libido helps to increase blood flow, particularly to the pelvic area, to improve erectile function as well as to the clitoris and other female sexual organs, creating an intensified sexual experience. Now that blood is flowing, this blend boosts the production of testosterone in both...