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Hippocrates was once quoted as saying "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." Herbal teas are food for the body and soul!  Sipping tea is an excellent way to enjoy the healing properties of herbs in your daily diet. They provide natural energy, protection and joy.

As folk herbalist Rosemary Gladstar has said "The mere act of making and drinking tea involves you in the healing process and awakens an innate ability for self healing in the body."

Teas can be enjoyed warm, at room temperature or chilled. They are delicious blended with fruit juice for children, or frozen into herbal pops. You do not need any fancy equipment to make tea. All you really need is a glass jar with a lid, your selected herbs & boiling water, and a strainer or tea infuser.  Once brewed, store your herbal tea in the refrigerator and consume within the week.

Tea infusers are available at the bottom of this page.​

*Featured Tea*

Turmeric Vitality Tea,

40+ servings

The therapeutic advantages of turmeric are almost too numerous to list. An overview published in Advanced Experimental Medical Biology in 2007 states that, "Curcumin has been shown to exhibit antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, and anticancer activities and thus has a potential against various malignant diseases, diabetes, allergies, arthritis, Alzheimer's disease and other chronic illnesses." Ginger root is a powerful medicine and anti-inflammatory in its own right, but when combined with turmeric root, the "heat" of the ginger helps the body absorb the active curcuminoids in turmeric. Curcumin is what gives turmeric its beautiful yellow color and curcumin is what is often isolated in laboratories to produce nutritional supplements.

new, larger 6 oz. Glass Jar $26, 40+ servings

~100% Organic: turmeric root powder, ginger root powder, raw and roasted cocoa powder, Ceylon cinnamon, cardamom, black pepper, oils of clove bud and lemon peel

Bring 1/2 cup of milk (coconut milk, almond milk, etc) and 1/2 cup water to boil, briskly stir in 1 teaspoon of powdered tea and enjoy with raw honey.

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Hand-blended, original

 organic herbal tea blends​

All teas (unless otherwise stated) are packaged in an eco-friendly

resealable, stand alone bag that is made from 40% recycled material and lined with a plant based polymer that makes these bags 100% compostable. Each bag is filled with 12 ounces (by volume) of loose tea to make

(40) 8 ounce cups of tea!

Cranberry Hibiscus Tea,

30+ servings

Used for centuries in many parts of the world, hibiscus has shown a positive effect on weight loss and healthy weight maintenance. Recent research shows that regular consumption of hibiscus tea or extract may reduce body fat. Many "diet" products contain hibiscus for its ability to prevent the absorption of some sugars and starches. Polyphenols in hibiscus flowers help stimulate the digestive system; a healthy digestive system is essential to good health.

The cranberry in this tasty tea adds to the antibacterial effects that can help prevent and treat urinary infections. Cranberries are naturally high in Vitamin C and other antioxidants to aid in the protection from cancers and other degenerative diseases.

1 ounce of freeze dried berries is equivalent to consuming about 10 oz. of fresh berries!

~contains organic hibiscus powder, freeze dried cranberry powder

Just stir 1 teaspoon or less into 1 cup water that has reached the boiling point.

4 oz. Glass Jar $20 ..SOLD OUT

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Essiac Tea

From the 1920s - 1970s, Canadian nurse, Rene Caisse, treated her cancer patients with this formula (free of charge) and many of them lived decades beyond what their doctors expected. Although scorned by many in the medical community, she also had the support of renowned doctors and scientists.

Essiac Tea is what she called it

(her name spelled backwards) and this is the original 4 herbs in the same proportions as she used.

with organic: burdock root, sheep sorrel aerial portion and root, slippery elm bark, turkey rhubarb root

Most of the Essiac tea you see on the market is missing one crucial ingredient...the root of the sheep sorrel plant. The traditional recipe included the roots as well as the green part of sheep sorrel (rumex acetosella) and this recipe we offer does as well.

Essiac Tea alone is not a cancer treatment. Herbs can be a supportive therapy to a holistic path to health. Ask you doctor before using herbs. Do not use more than suggested.

4 oz jar ~ makes approximately 1 gallon of tea

SALE, Was $20, now $15

Essiac Tea, SALE
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~If you experience an unfavorable reaction to any product, please discontinue use immediately.

Keep products stored up and away from children.

Statements on this website have not been evaluated by the FDA and should not be construed as medical advice. The information on this website is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure illness.

By purchasing or using any items from Lost River Naturals, it is implied that you have read and understand the risks of using herbs and herbal products and therefore release Lost River Naturals from any and all liability.

If you are pregnant or nursing, please do your own research before using herbal products and ask a health care professional.

contact Connie TEXT (843) 637-1433

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