Herbal Teas - Teabags

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. Yerba Maté with Morning Mint

    Yerba Maté with Morning Mint

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5196

    Yerba Maté grows in Paraguay, Argentina, and Brasil near streams and rivers. It puts forth large white flowers, and has large, oval leaves that are harvested and dried between December and August.

    We have combined organic mints with South America's favourite tea to give you a morning pick-me-up. A great coffee substitute with a get-you-going fresh brewed taste.

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  2. Yerba Maté Roasted Root Tea

    Yerba Maté Roasted

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5197

    Yerba Maté, (pronounced herba-may-tay), also known as "Jesuit's tea," comes from the South American Indian name “maté” meaning "drinking vessel" or "gourd". Jesuits added the word "yerba," meaning the herb of excellence.

    This tea grows mainly in Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina, near streams and rivers and puts forth large white flowers. Maté is grown for its leaves; they are harvested and dried from December to August.

    When roasted, Yerba Maté becomes complex and full of body, a perfect substitute for your morning coffee. Little wonder this is the preferred beverage of many South Americans.

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  3. Yerba Maté Aged

    Yerba Maté Aged

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5198

    Known as "Jesuit's tea," comes from the South American Indian name “maté” meaning "drinking vessel" or "gourd". Jesuits added the word "yerba," meaning the herb of excellence.
    This tea grows mainly in Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina, near streams and rivers and puts forth large white flowers. Maté is grown for its leaves; they are harvested and dried from December to August.
    Traditional processing of Maté involves aging. This Maté has been aged longer than normal to provide a more robust tasting tea.

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  4. Yerba Maté

    Yerba Maté

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5195

    Yerba Maté, (pronounced herba-may-tay), comes from the Indian name maté meaning "drinking vessel" or "gourd". Jesuits added the word "yerba," meaning the herb of excellence. This tea grows mainly in Paraguay, Brazil, and Argentina, near streams and rivers. Yerba Maté is grown for its leaves; they are harvested and dried from December to August.

    In some South American countries this is a national drink, more popular than coffee or any other type of tea. Add a little lemon or Stevia for a traditional flavour, sit back and enjoy.

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  5. Yellowdock Root

    Yellowdock Root

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5194

    Native to Europe, Yellowdock is a perennial that grows in fields and meadows that are common throughout the United States and Southern Canada.

    The long golden-hued tap root is cursed by farmers and proud home owners as a troublesome intruder, but praised by old time doctors, early settlers, and herbal practitioners. The greatest medicinal value comes from the yellowish spindle-shaped root.

    The tea scarcely has any odour, but an astringent taste that feels very satisfying especially after a hearty meal.

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  6. Yarrow Leaf & Flower

    Yarrow Leaf & Flower

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T194

    Yarrow has a history dating back as far as the battle of Troy, where it was used to treat injured soldiers and adopted the common name of 'soldier's woundwort'. The ancient Greeks gave Yarrow the name ‘Achillea’ after Achilles, the legendary heroic warrior.

    This perennial herb grows to about 3 feet tall and is found in Europe, west Asia, and North America. The white flowers appear in flat, daisy-like clusters. It may be found in pastures, meadows, and along roadsides.

    Yarrow makes a very good medicinal tea with a strong, astringent taste.

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  7. Wild Cherry Bark Tea

    Wild Cherry Bark Tea

    Designation: Ethically Wildcrafted
    Item Order #: T293

    The Wild Cherry tree is native to the south-western United States. The dark outer bark is rough and separates easily from the trunk. Just under the outer bark, is the tender inner bark, which smells of bitter almonds when collected.
    Wild Cherry has a long history of use and was a herb of importance to the Native Americans. Today, it can be found in many herbal preparations.

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  8. Wild Cherry Bark

    Wild Cherry Bark

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T193

    The Wild Cherry tree is native to the south-western United States. The dark outer bark is rough and separates easily from the trunk. Just under the outer bark, is the tender inner bark, which smells of bitter almonds when collected and is used for tea.

    Wild Cherry has a long history of use and was a herb of importance to the Native Americans. Today, it can be found in many herbal preparations.

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  9. White Oak Bark

    White Oak Bark

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T192

    White Oak is a stately and long-lived tree native to Europe which has been completely naturalized to North America. Writings of the esteemed Oak tree have been traced back to the earliest Indo-Germanic religions, giving it great symbolic and religious significance. In the days of the early settlers, Native Americans were using this herb; the uses they recorded for this esteemed herb are still prominent today.

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  10. Valerian Root

    Valerian Root

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T188

    Valerian derives its name, in part, from the Latin word valere, meaning ‘to be in good heath’ or ‘to make strong.’ It has been in use by the Arabs since the 10th century. Native to Europe and parts of Asia, Valerian has since been naturalized to North America where it grows in low lying, nutrient rich meadows. This distinctive tasting tea is made from Valerian’s many long, slender roots.

    Valerian tea is often used to unwind after a busy day, or enjoyed before bed.

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  11. Valerian Mint

    Valerian Mint

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T189

    Valerian is a very powerful and distinct tasting root that has been used since the 10th century. It is often used to unwind after a busy day or enjoyed before bed. Peppermint is known for its clean, refreshing flavour and sensation of coolness. It is widely used as a flavouring agent and fragrant oil.

    Blended together, Valerian and Peppermint balance each other to create a relaxing, traditional tea.

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  12. Uva Ursi

    Uva Ursi

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T187

    Since the 13th century, Uva Ursi has been commonly used throughout Europe, but was not officially recognized as a valuable herb until 1788. Later, it was introduced to North America by the early settlers, where Native Americans would know Uva Ursi as "kinnikinnick." They considered it to be a nutritious food and ate the berries raw, juiced, or ground.

    Today, it is common practice to use Uva Ursi leaves in tinctures or teas because they are considered the most medicinally potent part of the plant.

    Try this distinctive tea today.

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  13. Tumeric, Ginger-Lemon Blend

    Tumeric, Ginger-Lemon Blend

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5184

    Native to Southeast Asia, Turmeric is a popular spice which is cultivated throughout the tropics worldwide. It has a deep orange colour and peppery warm flavour. Turmeric was introduced into Europe by traders in the 13th century but has only recently gained popularity in Western cultures for both its flavour and medicinal benefits.

    This mildly spicy blend is so well balanced, that that you can’t even taste the Turmeric, making this a great pleasure and medicinal tea. We’re sure you’ll make this part of your daily routine.

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  14. Tulsi Trio Blend

    Tulsi Trio Blend

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5187

    Tulsi, (a.k.a. Holy Basil) is a powerful herb and an important symbol in the Hindu religion, and is known as "the elixir of life" in Ayurvedic medicine.
    This tea blend consists of the 3 main varieties of Tulsi: Rama (known for its cooling, mellow taste), Krishna (known for its slightly spicy and crisp taste), and Vana (known for its slightly citrus notes). The combination of this powerful "Tulsi trio" creates a well balanced and full bodied tea with strong aroma and a smooth, refreshing flavour.
    Enjoy a cup, hot or cold,anytime of day!

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  15. Tulsi (Holy Basil, Rama Variety)

    Tulsi (Holy Basil, Rama Variety)

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5185

    Tulsi, also known as Holy Basil, is a multi-branched shrub with strongly scented green or purple leaves. It is an important symbol in the Hindu religion, where it is used in meditation and rituals. Tulsi is revered in Ayurvedic medicine for its various medicinal benefits and its tea is known as the ‘elixir of life.’ This powerful herb has only recently begun to gain popularity in the Western world.

    This antioxidant rich tea has a strong aroma and wonderful cooling mellow taste. Relax with a refreshing cup of Tulsi tea and enjoy the extraordinary benefits of this legendary herb.

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