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. Calendula Flowers

    Calendula Flowers

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5115

    Calendula, commonly known as "marigold," is a native of Europe and was named by the Romans because the plant blooms on the first day "calends" of every month.

    Calendula was well known to early herbalists as a garden-flower and for its culinary and herbal uses. According to Stevens, a 17th Century European Herbalist, Calendula petals were once used so extensively in the Netherlands that barrels full of dried petals could be found in many grocer's and spiceseller's shops.

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  2. Canadian Ginseng Root

    Canadian Ginseng Root

    Designation: Pure Quality
    Item Order #: T341

    This legendary herb, also known as Sang Pannag, is a living legend coming directly from the Native Americans. When discovered by settlers in the 17th century it was exported to England and then sent around the Cape of Good Hope to the Orient where it is revered for its mild, earthly taste

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  3. Cat's Claw Inner Bark

    Cat's Claw Inner Bark

    Designation: Ethically Wildcrafted
    Item Order #: T216

    Cat’s claw is a woody, climbing vine that grows in the South American Rainforests and can often be found growing into the canopy. Once mature, the top part of the plant is cut away, enabling the rootstock to regrow quickly. Harvesting in this method ensures sustainability of this wonderful herb for future generations.

    Also known as “Uña de gato” in Spanish, Cat’s Claw (inner bark) has been used by the Peruvian natives of the Amazon for centuries. Its discovery in 1970 by a scientific expedition has led to its widespread popularity and use throughout the Western world.

    Nature's herbs are utilized by dispersing and awakening the entire useful qualities of the dried plant.

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  4. Catnip Leaf & Blossom

    Catnip Leaf & Blossom

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T115

    Catnip is a member of the mint family and grows 2 to 3 feet tall with bunches of flowers and thick stems. It is native to Europe and Asia, but was naturalized to North America by early settlers.

    Feline behaviour is powerfully affected by Catnip, causing them to roll upon, chew, and tear to bits any they can find.

    Catnip also has numerous uses for humans and is most serviceable in tea form. We hope you will enjoy the faint mint aroma and distinct taste.

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  5. Ceylon (True) Cinnamon

    Ceylon (True) Cinnamon

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5120

    Ceylon Cinnamon is the species that is used medicinally; this delicate tea has a sweet cinnamon flavour with floral & clove notes. It makes a mild brew that is sweet and slightly spicy with a citrus aroma



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  6. Chaga Mushrooms

    Chaga Mushrooms

    Designation: Ethically Wildcrafted
    Item Order #: T295

    Chaga is a mushroom that mostly grows with the Birch tree all through the boreal regions of our planet. Unlike the soft mushrooms found in the produce aisle, Chaga does not bear fruit, but instead forms a sclerotia - a large growth with an outer black skin.

    Chaga grows where the tree’s bark has been compromised and is very slow growing, and one pound sclerotia may take up to 10 years to grow.

    An earthy and pleasant tasting tea, Chaga has long traditions of use that continue today.
    We hope you enjoy!

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  7. Chaga Mushrooms

    Chaga Mushrooms

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T195

    Chaga is a mushroom that mostly grows with the Birch tree all through the boreal regions of our planet. Unlike the soft mushrooms found in the produce aisle, Chaga does not bear fruit, but instead forms a sclerotia - a large growth with an outer black skin.

    Chaga grows where the tree’s bark has been compromised and is very slow growing, and one pound sclerotia may take up to 10 years to grow.

    An earthy and pleasant tasting tea, Chaga has long traditions of use that continue today.
    We hope you enjoy!

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  8. Chamomile Flowers

    Chamomile Flowers

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T117

    Chamomile has been in continuous use throughout the world since the time of the ancient Egyptians. The name Chamomile comes from the Greek word for “Ground Apple,” which accurately describes the flower’s aromatic scent of apples.

    Long renowned for its unique effects, Chamomile is a widely accepted herb, often used in cosmetics and perfumery.

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  9. Chamomile Flowers

    Chamomile Flowers

    Designation: Pure Quality
    Item Order #: T317

    Chamomile has been in continuous use throughout the world since the time of the ancient Egyptians. The name Chamomile comes from the Greek word for “Ground Apple,” which accurately describes the flower’s aromatic scent of apples.

    Long renowned for its unique effects, Chamomile is a widely accepted herb, often used in cosmetics and perfumery.

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  10. Chamomile Lemongrass Tea

    Chamomile Lemongrass (Formerly Citrus Soother)

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T119

    About Chamomile and this blend...
    Chamomile has been in continuous use throughout the world since the time of the Ancient Egyptians. It is widely accepted as a relaxing and tranquil tea.

    Lemongrass is a tropical plant that grows throughout Central America and has a mild, cool lemon flavour.

    By blending these herbs we have created a soothing, lemony tea that is a great way end to any busy day.

    Enjoy!

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  11. Chamomile Premium

    Chamomile Premium

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T118

    Chamomile has been in continuous use throughout the world since the time of the ancient Egyptians. The name Chamomile comes from the Greek word for “Ground Apple,” which accurately describes the flower’s aromatic scent of apples.

    Long renowned for its unique effects, Chamomile is a widely accepted herb, often used in cosmetics and perfumery.

    This is a special sub-species of Chamomile that tastes a little stronger and has a more potent effect than regular Chamomile. Enjoy!

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  12. Chaste Tree Berries

    Chaste Tree Berries

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T114

    Chaste tree berries are also known as vitex or "monk's pepper." Vitex "trees" grow from 3 to 18 feet high and produce dark purple aromatic berries about the size of peppercorns that smell and taste like fresh ground pepper.

    The ancient Greeks thought vitex encouraged chastity, so leaves of the plant were strewn on couches associated with Demeter, the goddess of agriculture. As this legend was passed on, monks would carry the leaves in their pockets to assist in their vows of celibacy.

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  13. Chickweed Herb

    Chickweed Herb

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T121

    A native plant of all temperate and north Arctic regions, Chickweed was said to have naturalized itself wherever the white man has settled. Its popularity with birds probably accounts for its name. Chickweed has egg shaped leaves with small white star-shaped flowers. The flowers open in the morning and remain facing the sun throughout the day. The leaves approach each other at night so that their upper surfaces protect new shoots. Young leaves of the plants are used in salads. When boiled, it can hardly be distinguished from spring spinach. Learn More
  14. Cornsilk

    Cornsilk

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T123

    Cornsilk is the "beard" that can be seen on nearly any variety of corn. Corn is known by the botanical name Zea mays but Cornsilk is known by the botanical name Stigmata maydis or "Mother's Hair."
    Indian corn was discovered in Central America by Christopher Columbus, where it was cultivated by the Incas (and many other native cultures). He took it back to Spain, where it was frequently known as "TurkeToday, corn is a staple crop in many cultures, but few recognize its herbal benefits.

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  15. Cranberries

    Cranberries

    Designation: Pure Quality
    Item Order #: T5324

    About Cranberries...
    European Settlers who came to Eastern North America coined the name crane-berry because of the resemblance of the flower stamens to the bill of a crane. By the mid 1600's, this name had become Cranberry, first noted in a letter by a Cape Cod missionary in 1647.
    Native Americans used Cranberries extensively as medicine, and as a preservative to help keep meats fresh.
    Try this tart, fresh tasting tea today, hot or on ice.

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