Chamomile & Lavender

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The Loose Leaf brings purpose to tea. Enjoy each cup knowing you are getting many health benefits!

Relieve nausea
Supports the digestive system
Stimulate your immune system
Rich in Calcium and Magnesium
Reduce anxiety and stress
Natural anti-inflammatory
Induce relaxation with a pleasant soothing taste

Herbs used: organic chamomile, organic lavender

*Organic Chamomile/Lavender comes in an airtight, container, holding 1.30 net ounces of tea. Also includes 1 re-usable tea bag. 1 serving of tea can be steeped twice. This tea can also be enjoyed in the bath tub, just double the amount shown on the label in running water, relax and enjoy!

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Me & Chamomile…we don’t always see eye to eye…actually, it’s rare that we do, see eye to eye, that is…

This tea smells like ‘used’ catnip. Blah!!!

It has a little lemony taste to it somehow which is the only reason I will finish this cup. I don’t hate it but it’s certainly not for me. It’s mellow and pleasant for those who like chamomile and/or lavender…but I think me and this tea will part ways…sorry.


Used cat nip? Haha! You make me smile:)


I aim to please! LOL
Yeah…used…like after the cat has slobbered all over it! teehee


I was going to say… what is used catnip? I have three packs of cat nip at home, it’s just sitting. * Wonders * if it was used :P

Cecilia Tan

I am so often faced with chamomile as the only non-caffeinated option for “tea” in restaurants and hotels. Sometimes I forget to pack my own tea or I run out partway through a road trip. Or at a nice restaurant I won’t bring my own tea! I never particularly liked it but I like it less and less as time goes on. At this point, I’d rather drink a cup of hot water with a quarter packet of sugar in it and nothing else, than most of the chamomiles they’ll give you in hotels.


Ricky, have you tried with ordinary peppermint. My cat was wildly uninterested in whichever catnip toy I would try to convince her to play with, but once she got hold of a bag of Lipton’s peppermint… Another few scratches for my collection when trying to take it away from her. Catnip and mint are related plants, so I assume it was the same trigger.


used catnip, that makes me laugh. Mainly because my first thought was “cat drool?” hehehee


Mine was regurgetated… and that’s probably spelt wrong because I don’t think I’ve ever had occasion to spell it before LOL.


LOL my boys don’t go to that extent. (close, regurgitated) They just run around then drool on the scratching post.

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Taken without milk or sugar.
I’ve never had lavender tea before so the first sip was kinda shocking but when you get used to the tang of the lavender it’s not so bad. For this tea the chamomile exists as a toasty base flavor for the lavender to shine off of. The chamomile is there but it’s the chair your dinner guest is sitting on. Not a second dinner guest.
And lavender in tea just reminds me of the color purple. Not the movie… but the actual color. There is some kind of spicy alertness to the herb which feels like red. But the after taste is soothing and floral which feels like blue… Then again one of my favorite flowers are blue bells so I maybe partial on that blue description but I’m sure you see where I’m going with this…

Eh… it’s an interesting flavor.

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