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Want to get into a more natural way of living a life with herbal teas, but don’t know where to start? Let me help! Here you can find a few different teas that I love, and know that you’ll love too!Learn More
Teas and herbal teas can definitely be enjoyed on their own, but why not mix it up a bit? You can not only create hot blends for to target specific health issues, but you can also mix iced teas with juices for a hot summer’s day.Learn More

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Benefits of Flaxseed Tea

  • November 20th, 2014

Flaxseed is sometimes known as linseed and comes from a plant that is found in the Mediterranean regions. Mainly the plant is grown for its fibres which make cloth but the plant produces seeds […]

Benefits of Thyme Tea

  • November 17th, 2014

The Botanical name for Thyme is Thymus Vulgaris and it is an edible herb which has purple flowers and small green leaves. Although originally only growing in Europe and Asia, after introduction to the […]

Benefits of Suma Tea

  • November 14th, 2014

The root of the plant officially called Pfaffia Paniculata is where Suma Tea originates from. The plant is a shrubby vine, native to South American rainforests and the Amazon Rainforests in particular. Often referred […]

Benefits of Strawberry Tea

  • November 11th, 2014

Despite its name, the strawberry is not a true berry and the strawberry that we generally see grown today is the result of an accidental cross breeding of a male North American Strawberry and […]