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Our Favorite Tea Combinations 

Our Favorite Tea Combinations 

We love making our own tea combinations using fresh herbs from our Rise Garden. We've pulled together our favorite combinations to help you plan your tea garden! 

 

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Wake-Up Tea: Peppermint & Rosemary

Peppermint promotes alertness, is great for headaches, and aids digestion, making it a great herb to start the day with. Rosemary improves memory and cognitive function, helping you to start off your day on the right foot.


Sleepy Tea: Chamomile & Lavender

Both chamomile and lavender have calming effects, relieve stress, and help to promote a state of ease. Make this tea when you need to be grounded, calmed down, or are heading to bed for the night.


Stomach-Soothing Tea: Lemon Balm & Ginger (peeled & dried ginger)

Lemon Balm is great for indigestion and acid reflux, while ginger increases circulation, promotes digestion, and increases the potency of other herbs. Combine the two and you have a stomach-soothing solution. Fresh ginger can be peeled and dehydrated for ultimate flavor.


Our Favorite Tea: Ginger & Chamomile


How-To

For dried tea (to store): use equal parts of each ingredient and store in an air-tight container. Use 2 tbsp of dried tea for each 500ml (16oz) of hot water. Steep 3-4 minutes, or until you’ve reached your desired flavor.

Try any of these blends using fresh herbs, about 2 tbsp of equal parts fresh herbs will do the trick. Steep for 5-6 minutes for full flavor. 



Authored by: Rise Gardens Ambassador, Kelsey Steeves. For more of her work, please visit her website.

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