Learn more about herbs and tisanes

Many of our herbal tea blends can be used in a variety of ways. One way you can use them is to create your own herbal facial toner. This toner can be made with our Skin Blend, full of anti-bacterial, anti-viral, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory properties...

Herbs can be taken in many different forms, from tisanes, capsules, and powders, each variety has the ability to enhance your health. Tisanes are easily accessible and provide you with the ability to drink them throughout the day without harming your body. (Unless of course you...

Cold Brew Tea is about to be your new favorite afternoon treat! The process of cold brewing tea enables you to have a much more smooth, sweet and less bitter cup of tisanes. A great thing about cold brewing your tea is that it’s almost impossible...

A lot of women know, pregnancy is a very sacred and complex experience. And with that, pregnant women have to be extremely cautious in what they consume to ensure it doesn’t harm themselves or their baby, especially when it comes to herbs. But not to worry as...

Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) is a perennial plant native to Europe and parts of Asia, and naturalized in North America. It has a very distinctive odor that many people find unpleasant - if you’ve ever opened a bag of our tisanes containing valerian root, you may...

Iced Tea popped off in the early 1900s when Richard Blechynden a tea plantation owner served chilled tea drinks as a nice cold refreshment to beat the extreme heat at the St. Louis World’s Fair in 1904. Now as a sweet summer treat, served in...

Milk thistle is a beautiful plant that carries strong benefits and features! With its big bright and soft purple flowers and very rough, spiky exterior, milk thistle grows abundantly here in California. Seeming like another pesky weed, milk thistle is actually a very potent medicinal...

Known as an adaptogenic herb, schisandra berries help bring ease to the mind and body as it stabilizes the nervous system and reduces cortisol levels in the body. Nourishing yin energy it has the ability to, “quiet the spirit and calm the heart”. Connecting to...

We often take for granted the delicate supple skin of our hands by putting our hands to work all day without any regard. Whenever we are immersed in cooking, gardening, scrubbing dishes or cleaning things around the house or at work, or really anytime we...

The ancient practice of pouring tea is not only a beautiful sight, but is also a greatly important step to preparing your tea. When brewing your tea the excess of dissolved oxygen in boiling water can hinder the release of some of the anti-oxidizing agents....