Learn more about herbs and tisanes

It’s been a crazy halloween weekend for most of us, celebrating all the festivities that this fun holiday brings! And now that Monday morning is here, maybe it’s time to mellow things out, reduce any anxiety/thoughts of our upcoming week ahead, and stay present with...

Lately, we here at Vana Tisanes have been noticing how much hidden sugars we consume throughout our day to day. Whether in sweetened beverages or late night sugary snacks, it’s so easy for our sugar consumption to add up. And because sugar has been known...

(also known as Silybum marianum). Milk thistle gets its name from the milky-white liquid that runs off of the plant’s leaves when they’re crushed. The actual leaves of the plant also have a spotted white pattern that makes them look as if they’ve been dunked...

Reduces symptoms of cough. Reacts with mucous membranes, not only to reduce mucus but help loosen it so that you have the ability to have a more productive cough Reduces symptoms of colds and congestion Is a natural insecticide, known to keep bugs away Carries antibacterial properties to...

Also known as Lycium barbarum. The goji berry is native to Asia, and people in Asia have been using this brightly colored fruit for more than 2,000 years as a medicinal herb and food supplement. Goji berries are often called a superfood because they contain...

The recent Full Moon brought us to the peak of its cycle this month, reflecting the light on your own internal Moon Cycle. Traditionally, the keepers of herbal knowledge have always been women, so it’s natural to think women have probably been taking herbs to relieve...

Have you ever experienced Summertime Sadness? Maybe it's because these next few weeks, summer vacation comes to a screeching halt, or it's the shift in seasonal weather, but in some way or another, we all experience a little sadness here and there in different capacities...

mint is a calming and soothing herb that has been used for thousands of years to aid with upset stomach or indigestion. Mint has a particularly good source of vitamin A, a fat-soluble vitamin that is critical for eye health and night vision. Mint also...