Autumn Teas


Have you tried Bulk Herb Store’s 
*New* 
 Ginger Snap Tea
Contains: Ginger Root, Red Rooibos Tea, Cloves, Fennel Seed, Licorice Root, Stevia Herb, Orange Peel and Cinnamon Chips

At checkout, use promotion code: EGST 
They also still have their Creamy Pumpkin Pie Tea mix
Contains: Red rooibos tea, cinnamon chips, orange peel, cloves, ginger root
Price: $8.95
The teas come in half pound bags.  They make several cups or even gallons of tea.  They also make a great gift.  Place the herbs in a jar with cute fabric over the top, and include directions on how to make the tea.

Not only do these teas put us in the mood for this fall season, each herb has healthy benefits.
Lets look at a few:

Red Rooibos Tea ~  Contains a high level of minerals and antioxidants, including copper, iron, potassium, calcium, fluoride, zinc, manganese, alpha-hydroxy (great for the skin), and magnesium. The tea acts as an anti-spasmodic agent to relieve stomach cramps and colic in infants, boosts the immune system, and helps with nervous tension, allergies, and digestive problems.
Orange Peel ~  Contains aromatic compounds that are antiseptic, reduce muscles spasms and decrease the thickness while increasing the production of mucosal fluids. It also contains bitter compounds that are anti-inflammatory, reduce muscle spasms, increase the production of digestive fluid and increase blood circulation. Citrus peel has been used to treat coughs, colds, flu, fevers, and bronchitis.
Ginger Root ~  Has been used in Chinese medicine for over 2,000 years as a remedy for digestive disorders, nausea, fever, coughing, diarrhea, rheumatism and lumbago. Studies of ginger root have shown the plant prevents motion sickness, thins blood, lowers cholesterol, forestalls the flu and prevents cancer in animals.
*Note – While these herbs are useful for the ailments listed above, these can be enjoyed on a regular basis for overall good health.
Don’t know how to make tea from loose herbs?  Click here to read how!
Enjoy the flavors of fall, and benefit your health at the same time!

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Comments

  1. says

    Sarah -putting other herbs together to make different flavors is yummy! I almost always enjoy my tea unsweetened, but sometimes add some sweetener to teas like this to get the best flavors! Let me know how you like them if you try them! ๐Ÿ™‚

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