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. Feverfew Lemongrass

    Feverfew Lemongrass

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T138

    Feverfew is a native to Europe, but has since been naturalized to North America. It is a strongly aromatic herb that has gained popularity since the 1970s for its medicinal benefits.

    Lemongrass is a herb grass with a strong citrus flavor and aroma. Its ability to blend with other herbs has made it a popular addition to many tea blends.

    Feverfew and Lemongrass combine to complement each other, creating a unique blend with a gentle lemon flavour.

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  2. Ginger Lemonade

    Ginger Lemonade

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5141

    Ginger is believed to have originated in southeast Asia and has been in continuous use for nearly 5000 years. It still remains a key ingredient in both traditional Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic medicine. This aromatic spicy rhizome is great medicinally and is widely used as an everyday spice.

    This blend of Ginger and Lemongrass is naturally a well-balanced spicy favourite, sure to be an instant hit with young and old alike.

    Our Ginger Root does not contain sulfates!

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  3. Ginger Peppermint

    Ginger Peppermint

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T140

    Ginger has been used in Asia for over 5,000 years, and remains a key ingredient in both traditional Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic medicine. This spicy rhizome is great medicinally and is widely used as an everyday spice.

    Peppermint is known for its clean, refreshing flavour and sensation of coolness. It is widely used as a flavouring agent and fragrant oil.

    Ginger and Peppermint combine to complement each other for a spicy, yet refreshing tea without caffeine.

    Our Ginger Root does not contain sulfates.

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  4. Ginger Root

    Ginger Root

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T139

    For centuries Ginger has been used in the Far East, especially China. This aromatic and spicy plant was introduced to the Americas by the Spaniards and is now widely cultivated in southeast Asia.

    Today, Ginger is used extensively in many cuisines of the world, and is a traditional drink in many Asian cultures.

    Our Ginger Root does not contain sulfates.

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  5. Goldenseal Herb

    Goldenseal Herb

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T143

     Goldenseal is a prized herb with a small, wrinkled root and two broad leaves on a forked branch; each leaf is rounded with 5 to 7 double-toothed lobes. The plant produces a single flower in April through May, then puts forth berries resembling raspberries. The name Goldenseal is derived from the seal-like scars on the rhizome (root) which are yellow or golden.

    Goldenseal, also called "yellow puccon," grows in the old deciduous forests of North America and is a Native American herb. It was introduced to the early settlers by the Cherokee Indians. Today Goldenseal is one of the most widely used herbs in North America.

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  6. Gotu Kola Herb

    Gotu Kola Herb

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T145

    Gotu Kola has been used in India and the islands of the Indian Ocean for centuries and is part of Ayurveda, the traditional herbal medicine native to the Indian subcontinent. It was also mentioned in the Shennong Herbal, a manuscript compiled in China about 2,000 years ago. This herb, which grows in tropical regions between sea level and 1,000 feet altitude, is known among herbalists as "food for the brain."

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  7. Korakundah Green Tea, Lemongrass

    Green Tea Decaf Korakundah with Lemongrass

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T448

    This premier South Indian decaffeinated Green Tea blend has a delightful medium bodied flavour with a lemony twist. The addition of Lemongrass accentuates the slight citrus flavour of this versatile Green Tea, reflecting its unique local geography. For a lemony summer treat, try it on ice with a touch of sugar.

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  8. Hawthorn Berries

    Hawthorn Berries

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T149

    Hawthorn is found mostly in Europe, eastern Asia and eastern North America and its use has been growing since the 1800's. In Britain, Hawthorn was an important part of many May festivals and was known as 'May flower'. In France, Hawthorn goes by the name "l'epine noble" (a noble thorn) from the belief that the crown of thorns worn by Christ was made of its branches.

    Hawthorn is a member of the Rose family: rosaceae. It's a small, compact shrub-tree with white bark, hard wood, and sharp thorns. It produces small berries called "haws" which look like tiny apples or Rose Hips. Enjoy!

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  9. Hawthorn Leaf and Flower Tea

    Hawthorn Leaf & Flower

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T150

    Hawthorn is found mainly in Europe, eastern Asia, and eastern North America. Its use has been growing since the 1800's. In Britain, Hawthorn was an important part of many May festivals and was known as 'May flower'. In France, Hawthorn goes by the name "l'epine noble" (a noble thorn) from the belief that the crown of thorns worn by Christ was made of its branches.

    Hawthorn boasts dark-green lobed, toothed leaves and in late spring it yields clusters of lovely, sweet scented white flowers. The interaction of leaf and flower make for a taste that is sweet, yet slightly bitter.

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  10. Hibiscus Tea with an Organic Twist

    Hibiscus with an Organic Twist

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T146

    Hibiscus is cultivated throughout the tropics; its flowers are highly prized for making jams, jellies, sauces, and beverages.

    Lemongrass is a sub-tropical herb known for its strong citrus flavour and aroma. It became a popular edition to tea blends in the 1970s and was quickly accepted in Europe.

    By blending these tropical flavours together, we have created a tart and fruity tea that is kid friendly and truly wonderful hot or cold.

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  11. Hibiscus with Tropical Fruit

    Hibiscus with Tropical Fruit

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5147

    Hibiscus is cultivated throughout the tropics and is reknown for its tart, fruity flavour and crimson colour.

    Here we have combined Hibiscus with the tropical flavours of Rose Hips, Orange Peel and Lemongrass to create a fresh, tangy and satisfying blend to soothe your senses.

    Try this unique blend today, hot or cold, for a taste of the tropics!

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  12. Honeybush

    Honeybush

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5173

    Popular for decades in South Africa, this tea derives its name from the scent of its beautiful yellow flowers and the taste of its tea. With a flavour of honey and apricots, this remarkable tasting tea can be improved only by adding the slightest touch of honey to accentuate its natural sweetness.

    Traditional methods of making Honeybush involve four characteristic processing steps: harvesting, cutting, "fermentation" (oxidation) and drying.

    Honeybush tea is a great caffeine free substitute for mild black teas and coffee with an unbeatable flavour and characteristic all its own.

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  13. Hops Flowers with Lemongrass

    Hops Flowers with Lemongrass

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T151

    Used as a food source in Roman times, Hops eventually became a kitchen garden herb in much of Europe. Later, this herb would revolutionize the brewing industry as a beer preservative, starting in the Netherlands.

    Aside from its food and preservative uses, Hops has been in nearly continuous use in Chinese, Native American and traditional European healing systems for over six centuries.

    We have combined Hops with a touch of Lemongrass, to make a taste delight of bitter and zest.

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  14. Horsetail

    Horsetail

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T148

    Horsetail is one of the ancient herbs of the world. In the prehistoric period, it is believed to have grown to the size of pine trees; herbal lore tells us it may still exist in that form in the remote East Australian Rainforest. In the days of the settlers its tough stems were bunched together to make scouring pads. Today, only the tender young shoots are used for tea.

    Horsetail is know by many names: Shavegrass, Scouring Rush, Bottlebrush and Pewterwort. It makes an excellent tea and is known among herbalists as "nature's scalpel."

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  15. Hyssop Herb

    Hyssop Herb

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T153

    Originating in eastern Europe, Hyssop has a long history of use. Its name has been translated from the Herbrew “ezeb,” which means “a holy herb.” It was used in those ancient times to cleanse holy places.

    The character of Hyssop can best be described as a combination of the aromatic herbs Thyme, Rosemary, and Savory, giving it a pleasant hot, spicy aroma and a somewhat bitter flavour.

    This time honoured herb makes a great tea. We hope you will enjoy it!

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