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Spring Sprung - Seasonal Limited

Spring Sprung - Seasonal Limited


Only available until June 21st (or when we run out)


Come Into Spring

Fresh Green Landscape

Floral Bouquet

Emerge from Hibernation


Emerging from hibernation can be a slow, steady process as our body reawakens and prepares for summer. Spring Sprung Tea Blend is filled with herbs that are traditionally used to cleanse, nourish and enliven. It’s the perfect flavor and aroma profile to get us attuned with the fabulous spring season!


Each Tea Tube Contains

10 Artisanal BiodegradableTea Sachets


Ingredients: Fair-Trade Organic Green Tea infused with Jasmine Aroma*, Organic Oatstraw, Organic Pu’er White Tea, Island Grown Calendula Petals, Organic Holy Basil, Island Grown Hops, Organic Milk Thistle, Island Grown Raspberry Leaf, Island Grown Rose Hips, Island Grown Dandelion Leaf, Island Grown Yarrow, Organic Orange Peel and Organic Turmeric Root


*The green tea leaves are dried with hot air, and fresh jasmine petals are placed in front of the fans, thus the tea absorbs the jasmine fragrance.

  • Tea Tips -

    The perfect cup – Gently pour 8oz of simmering water (180°-185° F) over tea sachet.  Steep 3-4 minutes or to desired taste.

  • Flavor Profile -

    Floral notes of Jasmine and Orange lead alongside our very smooth Green Tea Leaves and the subtle and agreeable flavor of Pu'erh White Tea Leaves with its delicate notes of wildflower honey.  A complex blend of nine other herbs create a surprisingly balanced and harmonious earthy profile complimenting the floral Jasmine and supporting the Green and White Tea.  It’s all rounded out with the very subtle bitter and warm taste of Turmeric.

  • Beneficial Ingredients -

    Special Note about The Benefits of our Tea Blend Ingredients:

    Personalities, physical bodies and emotional bodies vary greatly between us humans.  Therefore, what works well for one person may, or may not, for someone else.  The list below is meant as a starting point in educating oneself on the traditional benefits of certain herbs, flowers, plants and types of tea.  As with anything you ingest into your body make sure you do extensive research, including speaking with your medical care provider, to understand what will work best for you.


    Green Tea - Rich in antioxidants, which help protect you from free radicals. The tea can also help reduce inflammation, boost your immune system, and lower cholesterol. Green Tea are also full of theanine, an amino acid that induces relaxation and lowers anxiety.

    Oatstraw - Can strengthen bones, soothe the nervous system, stabilize blood sugar, relieve depression by nourishing your pancreas, liver and adrenals and keep your teeth strong.

    Pu'er White Tea - Pu-erh Tea uses its oxidative properties to deliver increased levels of oxygen, which enhances circulation and blood flow. By delivering more oxygen to the brain, pu-erh tea can help combat headaches and migraines and reduces free radicals that can cause serious illnesses. In China, pu-erh tea has long been sipped to achieve a variety of health benefits, such as improvements in heart health and reductions in cholesterol levels and a digestive aid.. It's also said that pu-erh tea can help promote weight loss, protect bone health, enhance eyesight, stimulate circulation, and soothe hangovers.

    Calendula Petals - It is known to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant components, which might help protect against heart disease, and ease muscle fatigue.

    Holy Basil - All parts of the holy basil plant act as an adaptogen. An adaptogen is a natural substance that helps your body adapt to stress and promotes mental balance.

    Hops - Sometimes used for anxiety, insomnia, restlessness, tension, excitability, nervousness, and irritability.

    Milk Thistle - It has many purported benefits, including protecting the liver, stimulating breast milk production, and helping with diabetes management.

    Raspberry Leaf - An herb that contains many nutrients, minerals, and other potentially beneficial compounds that may help with inflammation and spasms.

    Rose Hips - Due to its high levels of antioxidants, rosehip tea may boost your immune system, aid weight loss, reduce joint pain, support healthy-looking skin, and protect against heart disease.

    Dandelion Leaf - An excellent source of potassium, a mineral and electrolyte that stimulates the heartbeat. Potassium may help the kidney filter toxins more effectively and improve blood flow. The polysaccharides in dandelion are known to reduce stress on the liver and support its ability to produce bile.

    Yarrow - Yarrow has been used for thousands of years for its potential health benefits. In fact, its genus name, Achillea, refers to the warrior Achilles in Greek mythology, as he used yarrow to treat his soldiers’ wounds. Yarrow has been used to enhance wound healing, alleviate digestive issues, help reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety, aid brain health and fight inflammation.

    Orange Peel - Can help to stimulate the digestive system and improve the absorption of nutrients from food when drank with a meal. Additionally, the high nutrient vitamin C content in it can boost your metabolism and immunity.

    Turmeric Root - Curcumin is the main active ingredient in turmeric and numerous studies show curcumin's promise as an anticancer. It may slow the growth of cancer cells and It can also help prevent the development of cancer, especially in the digestive system. Other potential benefits include reducing arthritis symptoms, boosting immune function, reducing cardiovascular complications, helping in managing irritable bowel syndrome and protecting against liver damage and gallstones.


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