Our teabags contain the same high-quality tea as our loose-tea offerings. Their pyramid shape gives the leaves plenty of room to unfurl and infuse, placing more flavor in each cup. Enjoy the superior flavor of gourmet tea with the convenience of a disposable bag.
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As known as Mentha piperita, peppermint is actually a cross breed between Water mint and Spearmint.
Historically the herb has been used to treat a variety of ailments, especially those related to digestive issues, including IBS. The menthol contained in peppermint has also been used to combat nausea and help clear nasal passages.
In addition to that minty clean feeling in your toothpaste, peppermint oil has also demonstrated an ability to kill bad bacteria in the mouth.
Eucalyptus trees, which are native to Australia, are now commonly found worldwide. The oil from the leaves is believed to have a range of medicinal uses. Eucalyptus oil is an ingredient in many over-the-counter cough suppressants and chest rubs. Australian aborigines also used its leaves as a first-aid for open wounds by creating a poultice and applying it to the skin.
Ginger root or Zingiber officinale is a traditional remedy for nausea and indigestion that has been used for centuries throughout the world.
Additionally it is thought to be an effective anti-viral, which makes it an ideal cold and flu remedy. Ginger is also a powerful anti-inflammatory used to treat joint problems and arthritis.
Cinnamon (Dalchini) is a herb traditionally used by many ancient cultures. It is indicated for a variety of ailments including gastrointestinal problems, urinary infections, relieving symptoms of colds and flu and has remarkable anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties.
Some studies have shown that Cinnamon helps people with diabetes metabolize sugar better.
Native to the Mediterranean, fennel has been long used for everything from strengthening eyesight, regulating hormones to improving digestion. It has been reported to be antimicrobial as well as antiviral, which may help in fighting off pathogens when you are feeling sick. Fennel has also been used as a sleep aid as it was a main ingredient in many ancient remedies for insomnia.
Used in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine for centuries, licorice is the root of Glycyrrhiza glabra from which a sweet flavor can be extracted.
It's uses include soothing stomach issues such as food poisoning, stomach ulcers and heartburn. It is also prized for the anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties derived from its glycyrrhiza acid.
Also known as Schisandra chinensis, Schisandra berries go by many names, including the five-flavor fruit. This name comes from the five flavor profiles this berry possesses: sweet, sour, salty, spicy, and bitter.
Schisandra Berries are an important addition to wellness teas because they offer such a burst of nourishment! They are important herbal allies because they are what are known as adaptogens. Adaptogens may assist to lower stress and boost moods. One way they are thought to aid in this is by helping to reduce cortisol levels (the stress hormone). These berries have also been used as a restorative aid for the liver and kidneys. In addition, they are heart-healthy as they can help to lower blood pressure. They are also seen as powerful antioxidants that could reduce inflammation.
Also known as Verbascum thapsus Great Mullein is a tall stalk plant with big fuzzy green leaves, commonly found growing in the wild.
Some might view mullein as simply a weed to be pulled from your garden bed. This humble weed, common to regions in North America, is also a powerful herbal ally. Mullein leaves brewed in tea work to aid our lungs. Its medicinal properties are thought to aid with respiratory infections, bronchial infections, asthma, and soothe hoarse voices. The leaves in particular have been used in treating glandular imbalances. Enjoy when you start to feel a tickle in your throat, or just because.
Lemongrass, otherwise known as citronella is a tall tropical island plant in the grass family. Widely used as a bug repellent, it is also used for aromatherapy. Lemongrass is also a common ingredient in world cuisines, particularly Thai, Indian and Vietnamese dishes. It is also believed to have antioxidant, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, and may promote healthy digestion.