tea Tag

Meet Nerves, our herbal tea of the month. With so much happening all around us right now, it’s not uncommon for mental health and well-being to take a temporary backseat. It’s always important to pay attention to what our minds and bodies are trying to tell...

One of our favorite things about working with organic herbs is coming up with fun, creative recipes to share with each other and with our customers. We learned that National Smile Week is this month, so we felt extra inspired to celebrate and utilize some of...

We honor and value sacred plants and strive to carry on the cultural traditions of herbal healing through each of our handmade products. This month, we wanted to honor goldenseal — one of the most popular, yet lesser-known, herbal remedies worldwide. This perennial herb comes from...

In honor of goldenseal, our perennial herb of the month, we wanted to highlight one of the most important (and often overlooked) parts of the body — our mouth. The mouth is the entrance to the digestive system, one of our most important physical structures. Keeping...

It’s said that the use of medicinal herbs predates written human history. Archeological evidence suggests that humans were practicing herbal healing during the Paleolithic — about 60,000 years ago — and that nature has been at the core of our nutrition and health for as long...

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...

Brewing tea may seem simple, but if you've ever experienced that bitter or watery flavor, you can likely trace it back to your water temperature. Sometimes, we forget to factor in the importance of water temperature when we're brewing our blend to achieve that bold...

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...