Grown, Harvested & Dried with care here on the Farm
goldenrod, eleuthero, nettles, elder flower, hyssop, peppermint
Supports a healthy immune response. Traditionally these herbs are used to relieve red, itchy, watery eyes, sniffles,
inflammation &other allergy symptoms common to dander, pollen &mold.
Red clover and peppermint
combine hot or cold to refresh you! A great non-caffeinated substitute for iced tea!
Soothing during a summer cold or to an upset stomach.
The isoflavones in red clover are thought to be blood-cleansing, cancer inhibiting, nutritive.
The many uses of red clover are worth investigating! Peppermint is anti spasmodic and used in
many cultures to treat IBS, bloating, nausea, indigestion.
chamomile, rose petal, lavender, eleuthro, mallow, cornflower, calendula, skullcap, tulsi
A tea to soothe, relax & solace you. Drink often during stressful days;
when you are off your diet; and at the end of the day to aid in restful sleep.
Supports good intestinal & nervous system health
Mi-Tea Headache Tea
You can't beat this combination! This tasty combination has been used for hundreds of years in many ways:
Lemon balm for nervous tension and stress headaches--Feverfew has been used historically to reduce the frequency of
migraines with daily use. Oats nourish & are full of minerals.
Gentle soother suitable for children & the elderly. A cousin of peppermint, it helps alleviate
cold symptoms and “sick” headaches. Cool & refreshing on a hot day.
Great with a little honey or just by itself.
(also sold as "Mama Tea"--great for pregnant, nursing mothers)
Red raspberry, nettles, hibiscus & just a touch of peppermint tones, strengthens C,
these herbs combine to help combat fatigue...Add ginger for a great cold & flu remedy!
Heavy Moon Time Support
red clover, red raspberry, lemon balm, hawthorne, yarrow, self heal, cayenne
For those months when things get heavy...
Ruby Red Relaxer
lemon balm, hibiscus
Sensory overload, while part of daily life, can be harmful to your overall health.
Lemon balm relaxes, cools jangled, frayed nerves. Hibiscus, full of anti-oxidants
& vitamin C adds color & immune boosting properties
Well known for relieving sleeplessness or digestive distress.
In Germany it is taken after every heavy meal.
Chamomile, spearmint, lemon balm
This threesome work well with infants, young children, adults & elders.
Calming, soothing after a full meal, or a long day at play!
marshmallow, agrimony, white willow, chamomile, licorice
Tight, tender, testy, twisted. This tea is just plain soothing and good for the gut!
A sensuous blend of sweet leaf, rose petals and lavender.
Monarda nourishes nerves, rose is astringent and cooling while lavender calms.
Soothe your heart and mind at the end of a busy day! Perfect with or without honey.
Sweet Leaf Tea
This woodsy tea is heartier than most herbal teas, but works to nourish and soothe
your nerves at the end of a busy day! Perfect with or without honey.
Used by Native American Indians for over-stressed nerves, ringing in the ears as well as minor burns!
Sweet Lemon Lift
Monarda, Lemon verbena.
A little lift of flavor and aid to digestion!
Lemon verbena aids digestion and soothes stomach
nettle, red raspberry, rose, violet leaf, hawthorn berry, hibiscus, calendula, oatstraw
Nutrient rich, these herbs tone, tend & nourish. Essential minerals and other nutrients
are easily absorbed by our busy bodies. Hitrically used to support uterine & vascular health.
May be used before, during and after pregnancy
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