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Tea Tips

The magic of herbs can yield their essence through brewing, a time honoured tradition to support that super natural taste. Fresh from Mother Nature to your teacup!

Now if you have clicked on this page, we know you love tea as much as we do. In some cultures, they train for years to have a superb tea experience. We decided to start by just giving you a few tips & inspirations… Here’s to your good health!

Brewing Herbal Tea

If you are going for a superior brew, there is only one choice – loose-leaf tea, which is how we choose to package our teas. The loose-leaf method ensures each little leaf is swimming freely so it can release its full flavor & healing proper-teas!

And remember to give your herbs a stir in the packet when putting them in the pot – sometimes the best bits are on the bottom!

For Herbal Teas

For 1 superb cup, combine 1-2 teaspoons of dried herb to 1 cup of water using a tea ball 

If you have a crew of people and a teapot is more your style, try 1 – 2 teaspoons per cup that the pot holds.

Now patience is a virtue so allow the tea to work its magic steeping for 5-10 minutes before straining or removing the tea ball.

Herbal Powders

We Recommend with our Herb Powders:
1 teaspoons of dried herb powder, 1-3 times daily,
Add to your breakfast smoothie
Sprinkle on your cereal
Add to your morning juice.
Sprinkle on your evening meal

Iced Herbal Infusion

When summer is upon us, no matter how much we love our tea, sometimes we just need a cool change.

Here’s some fun inspirations to try :

  • Use 2 tablespoons of dried herb per cup.
  • Warm your cup or teapot first. This lengthens your brewing time to ensure all the healing properties of the herbs are properly infused.
  • Allow the tea to steep for 10 mins so the brew is strong.
  • Add citrusl or honey whilst warm.
  • Once brewed, strain off the herbs.
  • Fill a jug with ice and pour the hot brewed tea over the ice.
  • Allow it to cool in the fridge and serve with ice and your favourite fresh herb garnish.

Suggestions : Mint, Choc Mint, Peppermint, Lemon Grass, Lemon Balm, Lemon Verbena 

These teas can be a great addition to a Christmas party punch or for the kid’s birthday party. Try filling your water bottles and storing them in the fridge so you have your healing herbs on hand all day…

If you are cold – drink tea
If you are warm – drink tea
If you are tired – drink tea
If you are celebrating – drink tea
There is rarely an occasion when tea does not                                        come to the party…
Disclaimer: this information is for educational purposes only and is not to be deemed in any way professional MEDICAL advice and no responsibility is taken by us for any adverse effects from the use of herbal teas. Always seek advice from a professional before using any herbal teas medicinally.