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After Dinner Digestive Tea Blend

This spicy tea blend is much like chai with a bonus. It's an excellent, low-calorie digestive blend as well. If you're aiming for something that's more akin to a traditional chai but without the milk and sugar, you can substitute…

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Happy Child Tea Blend

Whether you're young at heart, or you're brewing for a little one, this tea blend is all about feeling good. The nettle and oats offer general nutrition and relaxation properties. Raspberry, clove, and cinnamon assist digestion, and'll bring a…

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Simple Chai Tea Blend

Chai, the way I learned to make it, is strong and sweet. Traditionally, it involves a pot, the stove, strainers, boiling the brew up without boiling it over, and lots of milk and sugar. This simple blend offers the flavor…

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Floral Sleepytime Tea Blend

When the wee-one was still wee, we developed this tea blend to help him nod off. It worked like a charm. As he grew, we played with the blend. Lavender is one of the newer additions, for instance. It helps…

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Stress Relief Tea Blend

Stress helps us adapt to new situations, seek alternatives, and solve problems. Many of the world's greatest inventions, like the sewing machine, are the solutions to stressful situations. On the other hand, stress with not solution and no relief can…

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