Loose leaf herbal tea

$6.00 - $13.00
  • Loose leaf herbal tea

Our herbal teas are all grown organically in our garden picked by hand , dried slowly and packed by hand to ensure all their goodness remains in tacts.

Available in either a 5g cardboard box that's perfect for gifts or a 15g ziplock compostable bag for everyday tea drinkers.

Current Tea in stock are

Lemon balm
Lemon Balm is tradationally used in stress, depression, anxiety, nervous dyspepsia, colic, irritable bowel syndrome, flatulence, infantile colic, fever, common cold and influenza. It is thought to be very effective and well tolerated in children.

Calendula
The beautiful bright orange flowers of calendula are used externally to promote healing of wounds and soothe inflamed skin. Also used internally to heal and cleanse. Internally it is tradiationally used in gastrointestinal disorders where there is inflammation, infection or ulceration e.g. mouth ulcers and peptic ulcers, gastritis, leaky gut syndrome. It is also historically used internally in upper respiratory infections such as pharyngitis, acne and sebaceous cysts and menstrual disorders. It historically thought to be excellent for enlarged and inflamed lymph nodes. Externally it has been used to promote healing of wounds and soothe inflamed skin as in eczema and psoriasis, stings and bites, nappy rash. Calendula is thought to help varicose veins and assists with healing of varicose eczema and ulcers. It also thought to help bruises and minor burns and because of its anti-infective properties tradiationally has been used in treating thrush of the nipple, vaginal infections. Combined with Echinacea is thought to be excellent for mouth ulcers and gingivitis.

Mixed Mint tea
Our mint tea is a pleasent blend of peppermint and spearmint simply outstanding, a must for herbal tea drinkers. Traditionally used to settle digestion, also for fevers and colds.Peppermint has been traditionally used to settle digestive upsets including intestinal colic, flatulent dyspepsia, indigestion, nausea and vomiting, morning sickness, infantile colic, irritable bowel syndrome, morning sickness, gall bladder problems and even colitis. It is historically thought to be excellent for fevers especially associated with colds, flu, nasal catarrh and sinusitis. Topically it is useful as an inhalation for nasal catarrhal and applying the essential oil tought to useful in relieving the pain associated with tension headache, migraine, arthritis and neuralgia.

Red clover
Long regarded as a blood cleanser red clover has been used traditionally for skin disorders and in treating certain tumours.
Red clover has been traditionally used for chronic skin disorders including eczema and psoriasis, chronic cough such as whooping cough. The seeds have thought to have possible role in benign prostatic hypertrophy and for menopausal symptoms. More recently it’s phyto-oestrogenic properties have been recognised.

Nettle Tea
Nettle is a strengthening herb used for convalescence, as a spring tonic and a good source of iron. Thought to have anti inflammatory properties useful in arthritis. Tradiationally used in hayfever, eczema, urticaria, arthritis (including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and gout), uterine and gastro-intestinal bleeding, epistaxis, acne, and to promote milk production.

Make sure to check back as we keep growing and adding more herbal tea and dried herbs in the future