Uplifting Herbal Teas - Individual Herbs
Choose from Calendula, St John's Wort, Lemon Balm, & Hibiscus.
All herbs arrive in 3oz air sealed package with a description of their herbal and medicinal properties. Proceeds go directly to Seeding Reciprocity the 501c3 Regenerative Organic Farm where they are grown.
Calendula Herbs for Tea: Calendula officinalis is an annual herb bearing an edible orange or yellow daisy-like flower. Naturalized throughout most of the world, calendula flower is a cheerful ornamental plant employed by many herbalists for its beneficial properties. Calendula flowers can be infused in oils and incorporated into lotions, creams, and balms. They brighten herbal tea blends and make a tasty calendula tea infusion.
Calendula is a well-known herb and uplifting ornamental garden plant that has been used topically, ceremonially, and as a dye and food plant for centuries.
St John's Wort Herbs for Tea: Hypericum perforatum is an herbaceous perennial that grows wild along roadsides and in disturbed meadows. Native to Europe, Saint John’s wort has naturalized in temperate climates around the globe. Its bright yellow flowers are reminiscent of the sun and are traditionally harvested in the peak of summer between June and August. St. John’s wort has a long history of use in traditional Western herbal practices.
Lemon Balm Herbs for Tea: Melissa officinalis is a lemon-scented perennial in the Lamiaceae family with serrated heart-shaped leaves. For centuries, lemon balm has been used for its beneficial properties and has been highly esteemed for its emotional and spiritual effects. Melissa has traditionally been used as a gentle nervine and in baths to support healthy skin. It is often used to promote a sense of calm and can be brewed into a citrusy lemon balm tea, incorporated into other herbal tea blends, and included in body care recipes.
Used since ancient times to calm the heart and the body, lemon balm with its delicate lemony flavor uplifts the spirit and any culinary dish it is added t
Hibiscus Herbs for Tea: Hibiscus sabdariffa is a member of the mallow family known for its vibrant red flowers. Large, showy hibiscus flowers thrive in tropical habitats and are commonly made into hibiscus tea. The cooling, uplifting and refreshing brew can be somewhat tart. When enjoyed hot or iced, it is common to add a natural sweetener to dull the tartness, or combine it with another sweeter herb.