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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
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Coltsfoot Tea Benefits

  • January 28th, 2015

Tussilago farfara is a plant native to Europe and Asia but it is also found in North and South America. Commonly known as coltsfoot, horsefoot or ginger root, it is a plant that belongs […]

Clove Tea Benefits

  • January 25th, 2015

The Myrtaceae tree produces the spice we all know as clove. The tree, which is native to Sri Lanka, Indonesia and parts of India is commonly available throughout the world. In addition to being […]

Cilantro Tea Benefits

  • January 22nd, 2015

The coriander plant is native to parts of Europe and the leaves from it are called cilantro. The plant name is Greek for ‘bedbug’ which is a direct reference to the bug-like scent that […]

Chicory Root Tea Benefits

  • January 19th, 2015

Chicory is a common roadside flower that has been known in the United States as Blue Dandelion, a reference to the bluish-purple flower that is characteristic of the plant. The root and leaves of […]