Our Organic Herbal Medicinal Teas are freshly dried to our high standards in beautiful whole herb form. Cindi is a fine tea blender and her clients will let you know how delicious, fresh and potent they truly are!

At Cindi's Sacred Garden we care deeply about our plant nation in re-seeding native plants while harvesting, We know our Teas are the finest and full of potency, Plus the best nurturing way to your Spirit.

These Organic Herbal Teas are time-tested and have proved themselves to be a mighty source of nourishment to one's well-being. We make no health, therapeutic or nutritive claims, though many testimonies stand tall for these teas! We suggest you keep your herbal teas in a cool dry place. We like to offer our left-over steeped herbs to our plant nations, they enjoy these teas too as a form of fertilizer/compost!

Our Organic Herbal Teas are blended in small batches to ensure you Quality, Freshness & the Delightful taste of our Organic & Wild-crafted herbs in their whole beautiful form. You will find flowers, whole leaves, berries, and barks blended to taste delightful but also wonderful to look. This process allows for less oxidation to occur, keeping the whole freshness intact & allowing these fine herbs to be of great service to you the Herbal Tea drinker!

Our Teas are so Fresh that you can and should & reuse the 1st run for a second run. Add fresh water into Pot or Cup bring to a lite brew (1 to 2 minutes), steep off the heat and enjoy again!

**Offering your herbs to an outdoor plant, indoor plant or tree with thanksgiving for your medicine arriving from them, you are gifting them back! Not only in thought but also nutrients!

Making a Delightful Pot or Cup of Tea: To make One/Two cups: bring about 10 oz of cool spring or clean water to a boil in a Non-Teflon pot or Tea kettle (using Stainless Steel is the best, Metal containers interfere with the purity of the tea). When your water has come to a boil, slowly pour over the fresh dried loose tea for a Tea Pot, or add into a cup with your tea baller inside the tea-cup. Tea Ballers are great for a personal cup of tea and can be also used in a small pot, no need to strain your herbs from the hot water.

Tea Pots: Fill Tea pot 1/2 way up to top with the boiling water carefully, then place 3 tablespoons of loose herb tea into the insert, and place into Teapot, cover the rest of the pot with fresh cool water until the water level is right above the herbs.

** This is not an exact time, and you should check at varying intervals to find the right strength for your purposes. Organic Herbal Teas should not taste bitter or need Sugar/Honey for taste.

**Water temperature and steep times differ for each tea, but hereís a good rule of thumb: If the tea leaf is black, itís okay to use boiling or almost boiling water to brew. If the tea leaf is lighter (colorful or green), boil water but let it sit about 5 minutes before pouring over your tea. Once you know the temp of your water, steep loose tea leaves for 1 to 2 minutes to see if you like the tea. The liquor should be aromatic, and the flavors should come out. Something other than bitter or strong are what youíre looking for to start.

* The below statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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