Rose tea is made from whole dried rose blossoms or dried rose petals. The many benefits of rose tea are a result of the high concentrations of vitamin C, polyphenols, vitamin A, various minerals, nerol, geraniol, myrcene, quercetin and other antioxidants.


Sage tea is made from the leaves of the sage plant, scientifically known as Salvia officianalis, which is native to the Mediterranean region and has become one of the most beloved herbs used in culinary applications around the world..

Lemon Verbena

Lemon verbena tea is an herbal tea that is prepared by steeping the crushed or cut up leaves of the lemon verbena plant. Scientifically known as Aloysia citrodora, this plant has an extremely strong lemon scent when the leaves are bruised or crushed; many people feel that it is the closest aroma to an actual lemon. For this reason, this plant has been used for thousands of years, beginning in Argentina and neighboring areas in South America. Now, lemon verbena is grown around the world and being made into a tea is one of its most popular applications.


Chamomile tea is one of the popular varieties of tea in the market. It also boosts the immune system.


Rosemary tea is made by brewing the leaves and stem of the rosemary herb, which has the taxonomic name Rosmarinus officinalis. Native to the Mediterranean region, this herb is one of the most popular in the world for culinary usage and has been used in natural healing for thousands of years.

Juniper Berry

This herbal tea can provide a great amount of relief from indigestion, that often manifests in the form of an upset stomach and gas.


Due to the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds present in these leaves, there is an impressive range of health benefits that a simple cup of this tea can provide.


Peppermint tea is a delicious and refreshing way to boost your overall health in a number of ways as relaxes the body and mind and boosts the immune system. The base element of menthol in this tea is perhaps the most valuable part of its organic structure.


Thyme tea contain high levels of vitamin C, vitamin A, copper, iron, manganese, potassium, phosphorous, carvacrol, pyridoxine, and numerous potent antioxidant compounds.