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Pure Herbs and Spices

Here you will find pure herbs and spices. Often these are used to blend with other ingredients to make blends, however many can be steeped and drunk in their pure form. (Especially if you are drinking them for their medicinal qualities).
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Thumbnail of Alfalfa Leaf | Organic
Thumbnail of Allspice Whole | Organic
Thumbnail of Anise Seeds | Organic
Anise seed has a strong licorice-like flavor and scent. When brewed in hot water, anise seeds can be used to treat an upset stomach, intestinal gas and as a cough expectorant.
Thumbnail of Ashwagandha Root | Organic
Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb popular in Ayurvedic medicine. It has been used to reduce stress and depression, whilst also lower blood sugar levels.

WARNING: do not use while pregnant.

Thumbnail of Bilberry Leaf | Organic
Bilberry is the European equivalent to the North American blueberry and has been found to be rich in antioxidants, particularly anthocyanosides, which help protect the body from heart disease, oxidative stress and preserve brain function and eye health.
Thumbnail of Black Peppercorns | Organic
We use this blend of peppercorns to make our chai spice blend.
Thumbnail of Burdock Root | Organic
Thumbnail of Butterfly Pea Flowers
The butterfly pea flower is native to southeast Asia and makes for a beautiful, purplish blue cup when brewed on its own. Traditionally concocted with lemongrass, this flower can be added a pinch at a time to any cup of tea to create a unique tea with a unique color.
Thumbnail of Cardamom Pods | Organic
Cardamom has a strong, unique taste, with an intensely aromatic, resinous fragrance. It is a common ingredient in Indian cooking and is often used in baking in the Nordic countries, in particular in Sweden and Finland, where it is used in traditional treats such as Finnish sweet bread pulla and in the Scandinavian Christmas bread Julekake.

In the Middle East, green cardamom powder is used as a spice for sweet dishes, as well as traditional flavoring in coffee and tea.

We use these to blend our Masala Chai | Organic, Cardamom Black, and Chai Spice Mix | Organic
Thumbnail of Catnip | Organic
Not just for cats! (Has the opposite effect on humans.) The leaves and young shoots can be added to sauces and stews for flavor, which somewhat resemble a mix of mint and pennyroyal.
Thumbnail of Cedar Leaf Tips
Cedar tips have been used to treat coughs when brewed in hot water, and externally to treat joint pain and skin rashes.
Thumbnail of Chamomile | Organic
Chamomile grows throughout the world. The blossoms are the part of the plant used in brewing herbal tea.
Thumbnail of Chickweed Herb | Organic
The plant has uses in folk medicine. For example, 17th century herbalist John Gerard recommended it as a remedy for mange. Modern herbalists mainly prescribe it for skin diseases, and also for bronchitis, rheumatic pains, arthritis and period pain. A poultice of chickweed can be applied to cuts, burns and bruises.
Thumbnail of Cinnamon Chips | Organic
Thumbnail of Cinnamon Granules | Organic
Thumbnail of Clove | Organic
Thumbnail of Cocoa Nibs | Organic
Cacao nibs are the least processed and most natural form of chocolate. The lack of processing and sugars do give them a bit of an acquired taste as they have a distinctive bitter but somewhat nutty flavor. Cacao nibs are the least processed and most natural form of chocolate. The lack of processing and sugars do give them a bit of an acquired taste as they have a distinctive bitter but somewhat nutty flavor.
Thumbnail of Coriander Seed | Organic
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