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In case you could use some recommendations…

The Self Care Blend (Elderberry / Apricot)

Feel cared for and looked after with this healing blend of herbs. A simple, yet complex, tea. $7/oz.

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“Smooth Sailing” Mango Black Tea

Find the easiest, best path forward. $7/oz

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Pineapple Pop Herbal Tea

A fun, inspiring, calming cuppa. $7/oz

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Just Hibiscus Herbal Tea

Full of yummy tart flavor healing power. A great infusion or wonder with just by itself. $3/oz

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Matcha Mini Packet (Premium Green Tea Powder) – 1/2 oz

All organic, premium green tea powder. $6 / .5oz,

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“Banana Bread” Bread Herbal Dessert Tea (Chocolate/Chestnut)

Limited-edition feature blend, just $5 while supplies last.

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Garden Grove Green Tea (Jasmine / Cherry)

Our signature green blend full of easygoing flavor. Find your zen. $7/oz

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Healthy, Wealthy, & Wise Herbal Tea (Bergamot / Sage / Lemongrass / Mint)

Be the best version of you. $7/oz

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