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Our Best Teas for Health and Wellness

As the seasons change, and the weather changes (even in LA), our bodies may need a little help adjusting. And whether its colds, flus, or the latest strain of covid, our immune systems need all the help they can get to keep everything running smoothly. Fortunately, there's tea! Below you'll find some of our best teas for health and wellness.

None of these statements have been evaluated by the FDA and should not be taken as medical advice. For informational purposes, many teas and herbs have traditional associations as remedies and benefits that can be interesting to learn.
Celestial Clockwork herbal blend

This transportive bouquet of a tea is also an immune-boosting powerhouse, thanks to chamomile, goji berries and ginseng. Add in the benefits of rooibos, honeybush, and ginger, and you can see this blend has a lot going on. Bask in the perfumed calm it brings, and let the herbs work their magic.



Blue Licorice herbal blend

Licorice may help with a variety of respiratory issues, and it feels soothing on a sore throat. Fennel can also help clear mucus from airways. And the natural sweetness of this blend won't agitate or feed an infection the way sugar can.




Bamboo Chamomile herbal blend

Chamomile is famous for helping you sleep, which is a boon when any type of illness strikes. Less well known is the fact that chamomile helps suppress cold symptoms. A cup of this in the evening is a more natural approach than those night-time pills.



Turmeric Ginger herbal blend

Only 3 ingredients is all it takes for flavor and function. Turmeric has been taken for it's anti-inflammatory properties since ancient times. Ginger makes you feel warm, and it can also help settle an upset stomach. Lemon myrtle may help with pain relief as well.



Setting Sun tea being poured

All camellia leaf tea (green tea, black tea, etc) has a variety of potential immune supporting properties, especially associations with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds. This tea adds sage leaves to double up on those. Sage is also known to have antibacterial properties and support oral health.



Dark Tea being poured

In addition to the usual health benefits of tea, aged dark teas, like our Hidden Gem and Tribute Ripe pu-erh teas, can feel very comforting and soothing on the throat. A great option for an itchy throat when you still need a bit of caffeine.


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