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Herbal Tea Blends

Organic Herbs and Tea Blends

Lazy Daze Tea, Razzlemint Tea, Peppermint, Nettles, His Tea, and Her Tea are $5.00 a jar. 

Chai Tea is $6.00 a jar.

Herbal Tea Gift Sets $3.00 each

One tea bag each of: Razzlemint Tea, Lazy Days Tea, Peppermint, and Chai Tea.

Chai Tea

This traditional drink of India has a distinctively, delicious taste. It combines a mixture of organic black teas along with sweet and zesty organic spices including cinnamon, cardamom, and cloves to create a uniquely rich and spicy beverage. Chai Tea is usually sweetened, so try adding a pinch of stevia, a dash of vanilla, or even milk. It tastes great whether served hot or cold!


Organic China Black F.O.P. tea, organic cinnamon, organic Assam tea, organic cardamom seed, organic cloves, organic ginger root and organic black pepper.

Flowery Orange Pekoe (F.O.P.) refers to a high quality whole leaf tea with a long leaf and good balance of tips. FOP contains fine, tender young leaves with buds (referred to as tips) and is made from the first two leaves and bud of the shoot. When harvested during the slow growth periods, these young buds have a golden tip, hence the grade 'Flowery', thus making it Flowery Orange Pekoe (FOP).

Razzlemint Tea

This tea will provide you with a medley of mints and tasty citrus flavors with just a hint of cinnamon spice. The Raspberry Leaf gives this tea a more robust flavor, especially when combined with the citrus flavors. Caffeine-Free.


Organic spearmint leaf, organic lemongrass, organic orange peel, organic peppermint, organic rosehips, organic raspberry leaf and organic cinnamon.

Lazy Daze Tea

This tea is a tasteful blend of mint and citrus fruit flavors, blended with aromatic flowers and berries. It’s the perfect beverage for relaxing, whether it’s the end of a hard day or you just want to enjoy a lazy afternoon. Caffeine-Free.

Ingredients: Organic spearmint leaf, organic lemongrass, organic elder berry, organic red rose buds and petals, organic linden flower and leaf, organic chamomile flower, organic raspberry leaf, and organic orange peel.


Peppermint Leaf, which also known as Mentha piperita, Brady mint, balm mint, curled mint and lamb mint, has many useful properties.


Use with caution in persons with gastroesophageal reflux or with a hiatal hernia, as peppermint may decrease esophageal sphincter pressure. Use with caution in persons with gastrointestinal ulcers or significant gastrointestinal inflammation.


Stinging nettle harbors a variety of compounds that may reduce inflammation.

An enlarged prostate is commonly called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

Scientists aren’t sure what causes BPH, but it can lead to significant discomfort during urination. Interestingly, a few studies suggest that stinging nettle may help treat BPH.

Stinging nettle is viewed as a promising natural treatment for hay fever.

Stinging nettle was traditionally used to treat high blood pressure.

Her Tea

Feminine Tea

This nourishing tea can help harmonize and bring balance to one’s body. Caffeine-Free.


Organic raspberry leaf, organic chaste tree berry, organic lemon verbena, organic linden flower & leaf, organic nettle leaf, organic cinnamon, organic lemon peel, squawvine herb and organic stevia leaf.


Warning: Chaste Tree is not recommended for use with hormonal contraceptives.

His Tea

Male Support Tea

This formula is specifically designed for men’s health. It’s a blend of herbs to help promote vitality, energy, stamina, strength and proper function of the male reproductive system. Caffeine-Free.


Organic ashwagandha root, organic ginkgo leaf, organic horny goat weed, organic licorice root, and organic tribulus fruit.

Red Clover

Red clover blossoms have been used as part of herbal medicine to treat respiratory problems, skin inflammations, liver disease, cancer and joint problems. Practitioners of traditional medicine also recommend red clover to improve circulation, purify the blood, and promote production of urine and mucus. Topical preparations containing red clover are also used to speed wound healing and to improve skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.

Red clover contains a number of biologically active phytochemicals that are likely responsible for the plant's natural medicinal properties.

Can be used as a tea or sprinkled on a salad as a topping.

Red clover is generally considered safe and with no serious side effects, although some people might develop headache, nausea or a rash after consuming the herb. Red clover may interact with certain medications, including blood thinners, birth control pills and other drugs that affect hormones. Do not use if you have any estrogen related medical conditions. Do not take red clover preparations if you are pregnant or breast-feeding, and do not self-treat for any condition with red clover.