All loose tea blends are $8 for approximately 2 oz. (15-20 cups). Simples are $5. Ball strainers and gift packaging in a reusable glass jar are available.
Chamomile Dreamsicle: Chamomile gets drenched in orange and vanilla flavors. (Bonus! I developed this one during a particularly rough month, PMS-wise, as all of the herbs included support and alleviate PMS symptoms, but “Chamomile Dreamsicle” is more descriptive than “that tea that I drink when I’m bitchy and crampy.”)
Flower Power Tea: Light and floral, this blends uses herbs that have relaxing qualities and is helpful for calming an angry heart. A delicious evening tea.
4th Trimester Tea: A wonderful gift for new moms, this caffeine-free tea blends herbs that have traditionally been used to support new mothers during the postpartum period. Red raspberry leaf, nettles, oatstraw, spearmint, fennel seed, and anise seed all work together to strengthen the nervous system and the uterus and support lactation. Tastes yummy too! (Note: you can still enjoy this tea even after the “4th trimester” is finished.)
Hello, Hibiscus! A delicious, caffeine-free herbal tea blend that brews as red as a Starbucks Christmas cup. Delicious hot, iced, or frozen into popsicles, it’s a wonderful alternative to syrupy-sweet drinks and juices, and a great gift for the tea lover in your life. It’s also high in vitamin C and contains herbs traditionally used to help the body recover from colds that have brought coughing, sore throats, and congestion. Hibiscus, orange peel, lemongrass, licorice root, spearmint, and cinnamon meld to create a tangy, citrusy blend with an earthy, cinnamony finish.
Toddler Tea: Many nighttime tea blends include herbs that shouldn’t be used with young children. The herbs in this blend are relaxing for anyone, but all of them are safe to use with your little ones. Try serving this soothing blend of chamomile, catnip, lavender, and rose during after dinner to help your rambunctious little ones transition from exuberant days to calmer nights.
Troubled Tummy Tea: three herbs from the mint family (Peppermint, Spearmint, and Catnip) work together to soothe in times of nausea or indigestion. Also makes a refreshing iced tea.
Women’s Daily Blend: Nettles, oat straw, spearmint, and red raspberry leaf combine to create a delicious and nutritive blend of herbs traditionally used to support women’s wellness.
Looking for a trusted source for fresh, organic herbal teas? “Simples” are herbal teas made from just one herb. Try our simples. You’ll be blown away by the difference freshness can make! Available in chamomile or peppermint. $5