Mint Dream

A Relaxing Way To End Your Day

Lavender Mint Dream Tea
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Embrace an evening ritual to relax the mind and body. Slow down and savor the combination of mint, lavender, and chamomile. Enjoy the calming effects as you unwind from the stresses of your day.

Large Tin - $13.50  |  18 Servings  |  2.5 oz.
Small Tin - $5.50  |  4 Servings  | 0.6 oz.
NEW! Bulk Bag - $40.50  |  63 Servings  | 8.75 oz.

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Lavender Mint Dream

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100% Organic Ingredients:

Peppermint Leaves
Lavender flowers
Chamomile flowers
Honeyroo tea

It's The Perfect Blend If You Want To:

Ease the effects of stress on your body
Promote restful sleep
Relax and unwind
Calm your stomach and nervous system

Brewing Instructions:

Pour 1 cup hot water over 1 Tablespoon of tea and steep for 10-15 minutes.

Flavor Profile:

Earthy, Slightly Bitter, Refreshing, Minty


Lavender Flowers

Lavender is a bushy, branching shrub about 3’ tall. While it is native to the Mediterranean area, we have been able to grow it in Southwestern PA. The plant flowers starting from end of June. Lavender is used in herbals to support the body against headaches, mild anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, mild depression, and minor digestive problems. When using lavender for sleep, it is best to drink the tisane an hour before bedtime. Contraindications (times when Lavender is not recommended): Avoid high doses of lavender when pregnant as it can be a uterine stimulant.

Peppermint Leaves

Peppermint is wonderful for helping muscles relax. It can also be good for headaches. We are using it here for its fresh taste and for its benefits in helping you unwind from the day.
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Chamomile Flowers

We use German Chamomile in our Lavender Mint Dream tisane. It is native to Europe, Eastern Europe, North Africa, and parts of Asia. The plant reaches to 3 feet although some wild varieties are low growing. Chamomile is often used to calm nervous tension in the stomach, anxiety, insomnia, menstrual disorders, and Crohn’s disease. It is known for causing drowsiness for many people. Contraindications: Avoid if you have asthma or are allergic to asters, daisies, chrysanthemums, or ragweed. Avoid if pregnant. Chamomile may interact with medications. If you have questions about herb-drug interactions, contact your physician.


This tea is a blend of rooibos and honeybush. We like Honeyroo as it softens the flavor of rooibos and allows the other herbs to really shine.

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