Third Day Botanicals Tea
Mother’s Milk ~ This tea contains a variety of organic herbs known for their amazing ability to stimulate milk production in nursing mothers. Other mineral rich herbs are blended in to nourish the female body as she works to sustain a new life. Honey may be added to taste.
Teething Tea ~ Growing up is hard sometimes, especially when you are cutting teeth. Give your baby relief from pain and the ability to rest with our one of a kind natural remedy. All of the herbs in this blend are safe from ages 0-99. Serving suggestion: Steep strong, allow to cool to warm, then pour over ice in a sippy or bottle. Serve 30-60 minutes before nap or bedtime. Most babies will not drink the tea like you or I would, they may just seem to "play" with the sippy or bottle. As long as they get a little in their mouth, it will be enough to have effect. The whole cloves will numb their gums and the herbs will help them sleep. Extra tea may be stored for up to 24 hours in the refrigerator. If baby is old enough, you may add honey for flavor.
Sweet Comfort ~ This blend is our most popular! Loved by all ages. It combines the natural sweetness of licorice root with the cooling sensation of peppermint to create a truly comforting experience. (compare to Aveda Comfort Tea)
Peaceful Times ~ A blend containing chamomile and valerian root, two of the most widely recognized herbs to promote sleep and relaxation. Slip into sleep with Peaceful Times Tea.
Winter Rescue ~ A blend of Echinacea and citrus to soothe your throat and relieve cough and lower respiratory irritations. Add local honey for extra sweetness and relief from sore throat.
Detoxify ~ Gently cleanse your body with Detoxify Herbal Tea. This blend includes herbs known to help cleanse the liver, pancreas, kidneys, and blood.
Chai Tea Mix- A dry blend of whole, fresh roasted spices and China Black Tea. Steep in one cup of boiling water for 5 to 7 minutes, add milk or half & half and re-heat if desired, sweeten to your liking with honey or sugar. Sip and enjoy.
All teas an 8oz jar of loose leaf tea. You can expect a yield of about 40 cups of tea.
*This information is in no way intended to be a substitute for modern medicinal care. Do not self treat any illness without the guidance of a health care professional.