We're pleased to include delicous herbal teas made by local tea connoisseur, Kamilah Mitchell, in our offerings!
Teas With Meaning is committed to providing organic loose leaf tea blends and authentic tea experiences. Developed in the heart of Oakland by educator and tea connoisseur, Kamilah Mitchell, a brain tumor survivor and cancer warrior. Each tea blend is intentionally handcrafted, carrying various medicinal properties and has multiple uses outside of a nice cup of tea. These herbs can be enjoyed after the initial brew!*
We are carrying these blends from Teas with Meaning:
- Seventh Heaven Tea
- Cheers Tea
- Sunrise Tea
- Grandma's Flowers Tea
Seventh Heaven Tea is a herbal loose leaf blend with rooibos, pineapple, lemongrass, mint, sunflower petals and ginger. Seventh Heaven is a balancing blend, full of vitamins and anti-inflammatory properties.
Cheers Tea is a herbal loose leaf blend with lapacho, hibiscus, sandalwood, lemongrass, ginger, mint, beetroot, licorice root, ginseng, and apple bits. Cheers is an uplifting blend great for mind, body, and soul.
Sunrise Tea is a herbal loose leaf tea blend with turmeric, ginger, mint, chamomile, lemongrass, lemon myrtle, licorice root and orange zest. Sunrise is a relaxing blend great to start or end your day.
Grandma's Flowers is a comforting organic loose leaf fruit blend with apple bits, black currants, blackberries, strawberry leaves, caramel, raspberries and magic! Great hot or iced.
CommuniTea is a herbal loose leaf blend with rooibos, lavender, vanilla, and ginger. A relaxing blend.
1/2 oz - Small - Brews 12-15 cups of tea
1oz bags - Medium - Brews 25-30 cups of tea
Suggested Use: Steep a teaspoon to a tablespoon 1-3 times in hot water, and sip in the magic!
Caution: Consult your healthcare practitioner if you are pregnant or lactating, or if you are currently taking any medication. Keep out of reach of children.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.