Traditional European herbs used to help nursing mothers with breast milk production. While your bundle of joy is probably causing you no end of delight, moms can also feel overwhelmed and tired, especially when it comes to breastfeeding.
One of our original teas, Breathe Easy tea has been supporting people for over four decades. This enduring classic combines the best of Western herbalism with ancient Traditional Chinese wisdom resulting in a unique blend that warms and engages the senses. Wise and lively, a breath of fresh air. Gently shakes things up and helps you Breathe Easy.
Eater’s Digest is a digestive aid for the relief of stomach distress after eating. Containing a digestive blend of herbs including peppermint, ginger, fennel and papaya, Traditional Medicinals' Eater's Digest is a digestive tea blend to help support healthy digestion and to reduce digestive irritation.
Traditionally used to support kidney function by promoting flushing of the kidneys, we love how this blend of dandelion leaf and unroasted dandelion root also helps promote happy and healthy digestion.
Let the tip of your tongue tell all...One of echinacea's distinguishing characteristics is the presence of alkylamides, which are partly responsible for its capacity to stimulate the immune system. You'll know that you've discovered truly high quality and effective echinacea when you feel a slight tingling on your tongue after drinking the tea.
Traditional Medicinals' Organic Echinacea Plus Tea contains an active combination of both root and leaf source echinacea from Echinacea purpurea and angustafolia plants. Flavoured with lemongrass herb and spearmint, Echinacea plus is a fresh tasting tea that helps support healthy immune system function.
Attributed with the power to bestow long life, courage, strength and even to ward off evil spirits, we modern plant people highly regard fennel for its capacity to ease uncomfortable feelings of fullness, bloating or gassiness, or as an all-around promoter of healthy digestion.
Spicy and soothing. Gets the digestive juices flowing, relieves occasional indigestion and prevents nausea associated with motion. If you’re a fan of the spice, or just dig ginger’s digestive soothing properties, you’re going to love this robust herbal blend.
Spicy and soothing. Get the digestive juices flowing, relieves occasional indigestion and prevents nausea associated with motion. While ginger certainly has reputation for being spicy, this organic ginger tea is a bit milder than you might expect, with a nice pungency and a bit ginger's sweet undertones.
Soothes your belly and alleviates digestive discomfort. Mentha x piperita, more commonly known as peppermint, is one cool dude. We love the peppermint in this tea, not only for its ability to promote healthy digestion, but also for its high essential oil content.
Gets the digestive juices flowing and relieves occasional indigestion, mildly stimulating. Many cultures around the world have acquired fond feelings for ginger—both for its taste and for its soothing properties.
Light and mildly stimulating, green tea is a healthy beverage. “Tea” can actually be used to mean black or green tea—which both come from the leaves of the same plant, Camellia sinensis, but are processed differently. This green tea is hand plucked, steamed, rolled and dried.
Promotes heart health One of the earliest references to the use of heart-helping hawthorn come from Greek herbalist Dioscorides, in the first century A.D. our herbalists combined the leaf, flower and berry of the widely loved hawthorn tree- more like a tall shrub- with tartly pleasing hibiscus to create this deeply red heart tonic.
Supports the cardiovascular system, beautifully refreshing and delightful. What’s not to love about hibiscus? A gorgeous heat-loving tropical beauty, hibiscus is one of those flowers that has made its way into the hearts of people in many countries around the world.
Gentle and mildly relaxing, relieves tension and relieves occasional indigestion. Lemon balm is just one of those amiable, easy-to-love plants. A member of the mint family, with broad leaves and a pleasing lemony scent, lemon balm has a genial nature that can best be described as kind.
The word “licorice” is actually a corrupted version of its original Greek name Glukurrhiza, which means, literally, “sweet root.” Called “sweet stalk” in Sanskrit and “sweet herb” in Chinese, licorice is deeply loved around the world, not only for its signature, yes, sweetness, but for its role in supporting respiratory and digestive health.
A traditional spring tonic—known to support joint health. Although it might seem off-putting at first—what with the prickly sting and all—once you’ve become friends with nettle you’ve got a friend for life.