A New Line of Premium Mushroom Teas Over the years in cultivating and creating our brand, we dreamed of creating a new line of premium mushroom-focused teas. The years of research, testing, and patience have paid off.
History of Panax Ginseng It’s thought that humans used panax ginseng for other 60,000 years, starting in the Paleolithic era.
Hawthorn Berry Benefits Although Hawthorn is a widely used folk ingredient, it’s only now beginning to gain popularity in North America has an herbal remedy. Hawthorn berries are loaded with nutrition and even scientists have been interested in better understanding their benefits.
The Healthy Benefits of White Mulberry Many Americans have memories of purple stained hands and feet on summer days from eating mulberries. Mulberry is well known in North America, but you can find different species of it all over the world.
Herbal Teas in the Summer Months The benefits of drinking herbal teas daily are numerous. Yet, in these summer months, it can be difficult to want to enjoy a hot beverage. Luckily, the benefits of herbal teas are not only present when served hot! Any of our many health-supporting teas are still good for you […]
The Secrets of Red Sage: Salvia Militorrhiza Red sage root has been used in Asia for over 2,000 years as a folk remedy. It’s native to China and Japan where it can be found growing on grassy hillsides and riverbanks.
Natural Solutions for Stress Throughout history, many have turned to the natural world for stress relief. Some herbs you may even be familiar with are used to combat stress. In these uncertain times, a natural solution may be the right way to tackle extra stress in your life.
The Power of Honeysuckle Tea Honeysuckle is more than just a beautiful flower. Many turn to the traditional honeysuckle herb for its healthy immune support properties and have done so for centuries.
Healthy Immunity with TCM A great way to naturally support healthy immunity is with herbal tea blends based on Traditional Chinese Herbalism. Teas are just as effective as capsule supplements, and are a fraction of the cost, making them much more accessible.
Winter in TCM Yin energy is dominant during winter. Yin is represented as the black part of the yin-yang symbol. As you might have guessed, this energy is slower, darker, and colder than the bright yang energy of summer.