Herbal teas do not actually have a tea leaf in them.  They're made up of dried fruits, herbs, spices & other natural ingredients.  All of our herbal teas are naturally caffeine free.

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Ayurvedic Yoga Herbal Tea

Ayurveda comes from the Sanskrit words ayur (life) and veda (knowledge) and can be translated with "wisdom of life." It's believed to help find harmonious balance in different aspects (physical, mental, emotional & spiritual) with the strength of certain spices. Stinging nettle leaves are a wonderful addition to the spicy ingredients that make this vitalizing drink.

Chamomile Herbal Tea

Chamomile is one of the oldest medicinal plants known and researched. It is said to have a very positive calming and relaxing influence on the human body. Being mild and caffeine free, this dried blossom makes a very appropriate drink in every season. People also like using it to pamper their skin in the vapor of a hot chamomile bath.

Citrus Energy Herbal Tea

The attractive appearance of this blend will seduce you to open the jar and enjoy the spicy scent of juniper and fresh oranges. The taste is very soft and round with a pleasant note of fennel and cinnamon. What’s not to love about this spicy citrus blend?

Cranberry Pomegranate Infusion Herbal Tea

This indulgent blend combines the flavors of cranberries, blossoms & spices for a floral yet fruity cup of tea. The citrus notes are balanced by cinnamon and star anise for a well-rounded taste. As it steeps, you’ll notice it taking on a beautiful pink color that’s packed with flavorful surprises!

Hibiscus Blossom Herbal Tea

Hibiscus tea has a fresh & tangy flavor. The blossoms from hibiscus are often found in a variety of fruit teas and create a beautiful colored cup of tea. This pure Hibiscus Blossom tea is also wonderful iced for a cool & refreshing drink! Among a long list of health benefits, it’s even said to help strengthen your immune system & it has antioxidants.

Lavender Sweet Dreams Sleepy Tea

Lavender has long been said to have a soothing and relaxing effect on the body. Try the lavender tea alone, or mix some in with another tea blend to add some flavor! A cup of this at night will help you to unwind for a good night of rest. Add honey if desired. This is culinary grade lavender, so try it in your baked goods, cocktails or other recipes!

Peppermint Herbal Tea

Peppermint has a pure, refreshing, menthol-like scent and flavor that is well-known all over the world. Growing in the wild in Central and Southern Europe, it is also cultivated in Northern Africa. Only the finest leaves are used for consumption. It is popular for its various calming and relaxing effects.