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Mountain Tea with Lemon Balm & Caraway

Herculean, protective and soothing.

Herbal Power
Used throughout the Balkan Peninsula for millennia to support everyday wellness.*

Reason to Love
Celebrated by ancient elders and wise Greek grandmas alike as a home remedy, mountain tea is the stuff of legends. With epic nicknames such as “Ironwort,” “The Tea of the Gods,” and “The Tea of the Titans,” mountain tea can’t help but evoke a feeling of heroism against the odds. Reinforced with lemon balm and caraway for digestive support,* this satisfying tea taps into an age-old root of wellness. Supplement your apple-a-day with the herb praised by the ancients.

Earthy and mildly floral.

What’s in your cup?

The ever-resilient Sideritis plant comprises over 150 different species and thrives in small patches of limestone crags, found predominately in the mountains of Europe’s Balkan Peninsula. Traditionally collected in olden days by shepherds while tending their flocks, this spear-like herb of yellow buds can reach as high as 15 inches tall. Some of our favorite mountain tea comes from Greece, where our farmers follow strict, organic practices and harvest the plant every July. Reinforce your inner Hercules by making this tea part of your daily wellness regime.

Supplement Facts How To Enjoy
Mountain tea
Lemon balm
Featured: Mountain tea, Lemon balm, Caraway

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How to Enjoy

Pour 8 oz. freshly boiled water over 1 tea bag.

Cover cup & Steep for 10-15 minutes.

Squeeze tea bag to ensure maximum goodness in your cup.

Enjoy 2-3 cups daily.

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