Teas

Ancient physicians made full and effective use of the natural medicines around them. Most of todays herbal knowledge has its roots in the old time-tested healing systems. Today most mainstream medicines are made from chemical derivatives and even fossil fuels. They are, as a general rule, very new creations that often mimic or are derived from the active constituents of herbs. Herbal teas are usually taken for their flavor and/or ability to subtly alter the body's chemistry. Either way they are a strong tradition that continues today.

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  1. C Blend Tea

    "C" Blend Tea in Tea Bags

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T501

    Before the era of modern medicine, Native Americans and pioneers developed numerous herbal combinations to assist in the natural healing process. This particularly powerful four herb remedy was discovered, refined, and reintroduced nearly 100 years ago in the Bracebridge area of Ontario. Celebration Herbals has developed C Blend tea to re-create this beneficial, non-toxic natural remedy by blending a specific combination of herb species in exacting proportions. Now offered in tea bags for your convenience, brew carefully to receive the maximum benefits of this powerful formula! Learn More
  2. 100% Pure Cranberries

    100% Pure Cranberries

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5124

    A crimson coloured brew that makes a delicious, fruity and intensely sour hot beverage. Great for unwinding after a long cold day or as a chilled summer drink - in a tall glass with ice



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  3. Alfalfa Peppermint Tea

    Alfalfa Peppermint Tea

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T102

    Alfalfa has long been utilized by both humans and animals for its beneficial nutritive and medicinal properties. This perennial herb is native to Asia, but can now be grown in many parts of the world.

    Peppermint has been valued since the time of the ancient Egyptians for both its flavour and vast medicinal properties. It is currently one of the most common, and agreeable herbal teas.

    Blended, these herbs complement each other well, creating a unique and appealing flavour.

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  4. Alfalfa Tea

    Alfalfa Tea

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T101

    Alfalfa has long been utilized by both humans and animals for its beneficial nutritive and medicinal properties. This perennial herb is native to Asia, but can now be grown in many parts of the world.



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  5. Angelica Root Tea

    Angelica Root Tea

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T105

    Plague epidemics during the tenth century in France saw some of the first recorded uses of Angelica. Apparently, the secrets of this ancient herb were besttowed upon a monk by Archangel Raphiel, whom Angelica was later named after.

    All parts of Angelica can be eaten, but the roots are usually used in folk medicine; they make a good poultice, linament, or a powerful herb tea.

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  6. Anise Seed Tea

    Anise Seed Tea

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T103

    This annual herb, native to the Mediterranean region, is an ancient spice cultivated by the Egyptians and later by the Greeks and Arabs. The early Arabic name for Anise was "anysum" from which the present day name is derived. In the ninth century, Anise was grown on royal British estates and became of such value that its import was taxed.

    Today Anise grows around the world in temperate regions. It is commonly used as a liqueur flavouring, a spice, and a great tea with a slight Licorice taste and aroma.

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  7. Artichoke Blend Tea

    Artichoke Blend Tea

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5102

    The Artichoke is one of the world's oldest vegetables, with its uses as a food and medicinal herb dating back to the 4th century B.C.The ancient Greeks and Romans considered artichokes a "noble" vegetable only to be consumed by the nobility and rich.


    Artichokes are considered to be high in fiber and antioxidants. The "vegetable" we eat is the plant's flower bud, whilethe leaves are used for medicinal benefits, not their taste. Artichoke leaves have a strong and unique flavour, which is mellowed by Lemongrass in this tea blend.

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  8. Ashwagandha Root (Loosepack)

    Ashwagandha Root (Loosepack)

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5604

    Also known as "Indian Ginseng" and "Winter Cherry," Ashwagandha is used extensively in Indian healing systems (Ayruvedia). It grows wild along the edges of rice patties and roadsides in many areas of India and is now cultivated in some parts of the United States.

    Medicinally, its effects are comparable to only a handful of the most potent herbs such as Asian Ginseng or Echinacea, but it’s gentle enough on the human system that even children can use it.

    With this bulk package you can create a vast array of home remedies including tinctures, capsules, poultices, salves and, of course, herbal tea.

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  9. Astragalus Root (Loosepack)

    Astragalus Root (Loosepack)

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T604

    Astragalus is one of the most famous herbs used mainly in China. The long oval leaves have a feathery appearance and the Astragalus puts forth handsome bell shaped flowers with pale yellow petals. The root, which is used in herbal preparations has a yellowish white interior and a faint sweet taste.

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  10. Astragalus Root Tea

    Astragalus Root Tea

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T104

    Astragalus is one of the most famous herbs used traditionally in China. The long oval leaves have a feathery appearance and the Astragalus puts forth handsome bell shaped flowers with pale yellow petals. The root, which is used in herbal preparations, has a yellowish white interior and faint sweet taste. Enjoy!

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  11. Bilberries Tea

    Bilberries Tea

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5107

    Bilberry has been recognized for its medicinal effects since the 12th century, when women used the berries to promote good health. The berries were once considered a cure for scurvy because of their high vitamin content.

    During World War II, British Royal Air Force pilots would have a good helping of Bilberry jam just prior to a mission to improve their night vision. It was not until nearly 20 years later that scientists began to study the possibility that Bilberry might actually have a beneficial effect on vision.

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  12. Bilberry Leaf Tea

    Bilberry Leaf Tea

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T106

    Various species of Bilberry grow throughout cooler areas of North America and eastern Europe in acidic, open areas. This hearty plant loves barren terrain and looks and tastes much like common low-bush blueberries. Bilberry is a low deciduous bush with small, bright green, shortly-stalked oval leaves with serrated edges.

    Bilberry has been recognized for its medicinal effects since the 12th century when women used the berries to promote good health. The leaves of non-flowering plants are used medicinally.

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  13. Black Chai Tea

    Black Chai Tea

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T465

    This traditional chai tea has a full flavor and packs a lot of flavor.

    A powerfully spicy chai blend is paired with a full-bodied black Darjeeling tea to create a hot, spicy, and savory chai tea. Traditional in character, this tea is great for people who like spicy food and bold flavors.

     

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  14. Black Cohosh Root Tea

    Black Cohosh Root Tea

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T107

    Native Americans called Black Cohosh "squaw root," suggesting a rich tradition of use in the maintenance of female reproductive health.

    Associated with the rich deciduous forests of eastern North America, Black Cohosh is a member of the butter-cup family. Its name is derived from an Algonquin word associated with pregnancy. Today it is widely used in domestic practice for women.

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  15. Black Cohosh Root Tea

    Black Cohosh Root Tea

    Designation: Ethically Wildcrafted
    Item Order #: T207

    Native Americans called Black Cohosh "squaw root," suggesting a rich tradition of use in the maintenance of female reproductive health.

    Associated with the rich deciduous forests of eastern North America, Black Cohosh is a member of the butter-cup family. Its name is derived from an Algonquin word associated with pregnancy. Today it is widely used in domestic practice for women.

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