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Spice of Life: Herbal Tea for Good Health

Spice of Life: Herbal Tea for Good Health

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Superfoods like ginger & turmeric to keep you well

An everyday tea crafted to be enjoyed whenever you need a boost. Ps...add a little cayenne pepper to it if you dare!

🌿 Meet the Herbs

  • Ginger: is thought to have anti-inflammatory properties & potentially support the immune system by promoting gut health
  • Turmeric: rich in curcumin, which has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that may support the immune system and enhance white blood cell activity
  • Lemongrass: abundant in citral, an antimicrobial compound that can help the body's defense against infections and potentially strengthen immune function
  • Rosehips: exceptionally high in vitamin C, which supports the production of white blood cells and the body's defense mechanisms


Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus), Ginger Root (Zingiber officinale), Turmeric Root (Curcuma longa), Lemon Peel (Citrus x limon), Orange Peel (Citrus x sinensis), Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum), Rosehips (Rosa canina and Rosa rubiginosa), Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra), Black Pepper (Piper nigrum)

Add 1-2 tablespoons of tea per cup (8oz) of 200°F water and steep for 10+ minutes.

How many cups does a pouch make? 

  •  2 ounce pouch: 10-20+ cups of tea 

Re-steep your tea (AKA use the same herbs to make a second cup) to get the most out of your herbs and your money!

**Re-steep your tea (AKA use the same herbs to make a second cup) to get the most out of your herbs and your money!


Safety Considerations

Please remember that herbs are powerful. It is always a good idea to consult a qualified healthcare practitioner if you have concerns about allergies, reactions, or just using a new product. Keep in mind that this is even more important if

you are nursing, pregnant, or taking medication. These products have not been evaluated by the FDA and they are not intended to be used to treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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I almost added cayenne pepper to this blend, but I know some of you can't handle the heat

Here are just a few reasons why you should absolutely add a dash of cayenne pepper to this tea: (1) Cayenne pepper may help improve blood circulation, which can be beneficial for overall health because it ensures that immune cells and nutrients are transported more efficiently throughout the body. (2) Cayenne pepper can help stimulate the flow of mucus, which can be helpful if you've got a respiratory infection. (3) Cayenne pepper can aid digestion by promoting the secretion of digestive juices and stimulating peristalsis (the movement of food through the digestive tract). AND a healthy digestive tract is closely linked to a strong immune system.
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  • Herbalist Formulated

    for maximum impact 

  • No Pesticides or Fillers

    just organic herbs 

  • Delicious & Effective 

    a healthy treat you’ll look forward to

  • Made With Love

    in small batches

  • Free Shipping

    on orders over $50

We’re a Small Business

but we don’t skimp on the details
  • Herbalist Formulated

    for maximum impact 

  • No Pesticides or Fillers

    just organic herbs 

  • Delicious & Effective 

    a healthy treat you’ll look forward to

  • Made With Love

    in small batches

  • Free Shipping

    on orders over $50


How do I make a cup of loose tea?

Steeping leaves & flowers

Blends: Weightless, Radiant, Gut Soother, Period Tea

Measure out 1 tablespoon of herbs for every cup (8 ounces) of tea you plan to make. Begin boiling your water to at least 200°F and add your herbs to your tea pot, basket infuser, tea ball, or whatever accessory you have on hand. Pour the hot water over your herbs and let them steep for 5-10 minutes before straining them out using your tea-making accessory or a basket strainer. Add some honey or maple syrup, or enjoy as is! 

Decocting roots & berries

Blends: Root Coffee, Sweet Slumber

Measure out 1 tablespoon of herbs for every cup (8 ounces) of tea you plan to make and add them to a pot. Add cold or lukewarm water to the same pot and turn the stove to medium heat. Once the water and herbs come to a boil, immediately turn the heat to a low setting. Leave your tea to simmer on the stove for up to 40 minutes. When ready, strain out the herbs and add your preferred sweeteners or enjoy as is.

How many cups of tea does one pouch make?

Root Coffee

  • 1 ounce pouch: 5+ cups of tea
  • 2 ounce pouch: 10+ cups of tea 
  • 4 ounce pouch: 20+ cups of tea

(+) because you can re-steep each batch and double this number 


  • 1 ounce pouch: 11+ cups of tea
  • 2 ounce pouch: 23+ cups of tea
  • 4 ounce pouch: 46+ cups of tea

Sweet Slumber 

  • 1 ounce pouch: 6+ cups of tea
  • 2 ounce pouch: 13+ cups of tea
  • 4 ounce pouch: 26+ cups of tea


  • 2 ounce pouch: 16+ cups of tea
  • 4 ounce pouch: 32+ cups of tea

Period Tea 

  • 2 ounce pouch: 37+ cups of tea
  • 4 ounce pouch: 74+ cups of tea

Gut Soother 

  • 2 ounce pouch: 19+ cups of tea
  • 4 ounce pouch: 38+ cups of tea

Is herbal tea actually tea?

Technically, herbal tea is not tea. Commonly referred to as a tisane or herbal extraction, herbal teas cannot be considered tea because they do not contain tea leaves from the camellia sinensis plant that black, green, and white teas are made from. 

It's also worth noting that apart from herbs like yerba maté and yaupon holly, herbs contain no caffeine. Therefore, a majority of herbal tea is caffeine free.

What does "re-steep" mean and how can I do it?

Re-steep literally means "to steep again." So, just follow the same steps you used to make your first cup of tea again. All of our blends can be re-steeped— and we recommend that you do so you get the most therapeutic value from your herbs (and the best bang for your buck).

Do you offer free shipping?

We will be offering free shipping on domestic (US) orders over $75 very soon, so stay tuned!

How do I know whether I'm allergic to the herbs in these blends?

Before purchasing anything from us, please check the full ingredient list at the bottom of each product page and ensure you're not knowingly allergic to any of the herbs listed.

If you don't have any known allergies but you're concerned that your body may have an adverse reaction to these blends, we recommend either doing a patch test with the tea before you consume it, or starting with a very mild cup of tea.

To perform a patch test, follow the instructions on the bag to steep the tea and then rub a portion of the steeped tea on your forearm. Wait 24 hours to see if a rash appears. If so, gift your tea to a friend and do not consume it.

To make a mild/diluted cup of tea to test for a reaction, add 1 teaspoon of herbs for every 1/2 cup of water and let steep for 5 minutes. Strain out your herbs and take a sip of the tea. Wait 5-20 minutes before drinking the rest of the cup to ensure the first sip didn't cause an allergic reaction.

When in doubt, check with your doctor first. If you're planning to incorporate these blends into your routines and you've:

  • had allergic reactions in the past,
  • are taking medication,
  • are pregnant and/or breastfeeding,
  • have a health condition

always consult your doctor before taking any herbal supplement in any form (including tea). Herbs are natural, but that doesn't mean they are safe for everyone.

** As these are food items, we do not accept returns. In the event that you're allergic to and/or have an adverse reaction to the tea, seek medical treatment immediately. We are not liable for any adverse reactions you may have.

Do these blends contain gluten?

All of our blends are technically gluten free. However, we always warn that Weightless and Sweet Slumber may contain traces of gluten because they're blended with oat straw, which is sometimes processed by facilities that also process crops that contain gluten.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Kayla Walberg
Another favorite!

I was already a huge fan of the Weightless blend and decided to try the Spice of Life blend as we moved into cold and flu season. I can't say enough how much I enjoy this blend! It's deliciously spicy in all the right ways! It's definitely a new favorite in my home!

Danielle James
A great morning bevvy!

Okay so I used to make this big batch of what I call “Witchy Brew” on the weekends which contains fresh ginger and turmeric…the anti inflammatory effects were amazing and I drank it every morning with lemon. This new tea blend is basically a much easier way of doing that haha it’s replaced my Witchy Brew and honestly it tastes way better. A good morning pick me up for those who don’t do caffeine


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