Daily 8 Tea - Organic Tea for General Health, Daily Wellness, Anti-Inflammatory Support


Our medicinal loose leaf tea blends are effective for a range of medicinal uses, and they all taste amazing. Even the ones with the least tasty herbs, because we focus on a fulfilling blend that meets our medicinal intentions and expectations, as well as our taste palates. We use only clean and sifted certified organic herbs and a few wildcrafted mushrooms in our recipes.

[Anti-Inflammatory Support + General Wellness]
Chinese Green Tea* (Camellia sinensis), Holy Basil* (Ocimum tenuiflorum), Ginger* (Zingiber officinale), Turmeric* (Curcuma longa), Cinnamon* (Cinnamomum verum), Rosemary* (Rosmarinus officinalis), Clove* (Syzygium aromaticum), Chamomile* (Matricaria recutita).

* Made with Certified Organic herbs.

Sizes: Sampler 0.7oz (20 grams) or 10-15 tea cups, Large 2.5oz (72 grams) or 30-45 tea cups, XL 5.1oz (145 gram) or 60-90 cups of tea


Take 1-2 TSP of loose leaf tea and place into a strainer ball or an empty tea bag and steep in boiling hot water, stirring often (typically 15-20 minutes until color of hot water changes and aroma of tea fills the room). For a more medicinal brew, let steep for 30-40 minutes, covered, but taste may become more bitter. Add honey and sugar to taste.

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Woodland Herbal, LLC. products are not reviewed by the FDA. We do not make any claims, promises, or about the health benefits of any products. All statements are not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent disease. We only offer our opinions and resources based on research, product testing, and customer reviews. These products are intended to support well-being and overall awesomeness. Use at your own risk. We are not responsible for accidents, misuse, or adverse reactions. Everybody reacts differently to plant-medicines and caution should be taken at all times. Always seek advice from a medical professional or primary care physician.