I bought this in South Dakota, excited to support the company it represents. It was such a comforting, pleasant tea—like walking barefoot in moss. Earthy and round. I wish I could find it again!
“I bought this in South Dakota, excited to support the company it represents. It was such a comforting, pleasant tea--like walking barefoot in moss. Earthy and round. I wish I could find it again! ” Read full tasting note
“I've had two cups of this in as many days. The pollen is wreaking havoc on my throat/sinuses this year. The fiance brought this over with five other teas from this company and recommended it for a...” Read full tasting note
“it is comforting, and tasty” Read full tasting note
“I keep this in my cupboard for anytime I am feeling a little off. Upset tummy, cold, flu-very comforting.” Read full tasting note
Other ingredients: Wood Betony
Native Americans believe that in order to have good health you must first learn to live your life in complete balance with the natural laws set forth by the Creator. Included in these laws are a respect for nature, to possess a kind heart, and to have high moral standards. These and other beliefs are what Native Americans call “Good Medicine.” American Indians believe that Mother Earth has provided us with plants and herbs that are essential in maintaining good health. Our Good Medicine blend is a blend of natural herbs that is said to lift your spirits and bring you many good thoughts and feelings.
A surprisingly minty flavor which opens up the breathing channels, its main ingredients are spearmint and eucalyptus.
Naturally caffeine & gluten free.
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I’ve had two cups of this in as many days. The pollen is wreaking havoc on my throat/sinuses this year. The fiance brought this over with five other teas from this company and recommended it for a sore throat, so I gave it a shot.
I definitely wasn’t crazy about the smell of the sachets dry… very licorice smelling to me, but they smell mostly like spearmint once they start to steep.
I added a heaping teaspoon of local honey to both cups, which is recommends, and found the taste to be mostly mint, a bit licoricey and of course I could taste the honey too. The taste was pleasant, though not my favorite, but again I don’t like mint teas very much.
I did find this very soothing on my sore throat though. Both times it seemed to sooth the pain in my throat pretty well, though not entirely. I would definitely buy this again to have on hand for future whiny sick times like yesterday and today.