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For those seeking alternative healing modalities and treatments starting with our newly released herbal tea and powders range, more selections will be added during 2023. We aim to help many on the path to optimal health and wellness.

Due to the various stress and health complications that have arisen for many people since 2020 we thought it was important to bring forth all the various products that we believe may be able to help support someone with their health. Obviously, it's important to seek the knowledge of an attentive General Practitioner and Naturopath but one could say that other healing modalities have been used for hundreds of years as natural approaches for optimizing health.

I have a love for fitness and health and alternative healing modalities. I have travelled extensively to various health and wellness conferences. Having also dabbled in spa healing experiences and alternative wellness treatments I believe my passion for these specific industries and drive to help others are fundamental for the start of this business.

We endeavor to provide all the necessary information needed for someone to make an informed choice in relation to the products purchased.

Certifications from wholesale supplier
  1. Food Safety - HACCP
  2. Certified Australian Organic 
  3. Certified USDA Organic
  4. Certified JAS (Japan) Organic
  5. Certified EU Organic
  6. Certified Halal
  7. Certified Kosher
  8. Rainforest Alliance (We support and encourage Rainforest Alliance products)
  9. UTZ (We support sustainable farming practises)

Heal and repair with our herbal tea range!


Black Tea Brewing Instruction

Use 1 tsp or 2.3g of tea leaves for every 8oz (1 cup) of water. Bring the water to a rolling boil at 212oF (100oC). Add enough hot water to submerse the tea leaves and let it sit for a few seconds before pouring out the water.

Fennel Seed Brewing Instructions & Tea Enhancement Options

All you need is fennel seeds and boiling water. Simply steep the freshly-crushed fennel seeds in hot water for around 5 to 10 minutes!

For the best tea drinking experience, here are some tips on how to make fennel seed tea at home:
  • Give your fennel seed tea a boost with ginger and lemon! Ginger and lemon are both healthful and flavorful additions to teas. The flavors of fennel seeds, ginger, and lemon blend perfectly, delivering a bold taste. 
  • To complement the licorice flavor of fennel seeds, try adding a touch of sweetener. Our version is made even sweeter, thanks to the kiss of honey! Agave nectar and maple syrup are both excellent sweeteners, too. Using palm sugar or coconut sugar in this fennel tea recipe can also do the trick. 
  • Mint leaves will add a hint of freshness to your fennel seed tea! You can toss in the fresh mint leaves as a garnish. But for a better-tasting tea, soak the mint leaves along with the fennel seeds.
  • Spice up your fennel tea with cinnamon. Simply steep a cinnamon stick in the drink itself. It’ll amp up the taste of your fennel seed tea!

Star Anise Brewing Instructions

The Ideal Water Temperature
205°F/96°C Is a great place to start for steeping your cup of anise seed tea. Like most herbal teas, anise seed is hardier than true teas like green tea, check out our favorites, and can take a much higher temperature than regular teas can.
This is slightly below boiling so jest let your water sit for a minute after boiling it to bring the temperature down a little bit.

The Steep Time For Anise Seed Tea
Herbal teas tend to take a little bit longer to fully steep than their true tea cousins. Some herbal flower teas can take 7 to 10 minutes or more to really draw out the flavor.

Whether your steep time goes up or down is going to depend on your individual tastes for your cup of anise seed tea. You can go as high as 10 minutes if you feel the need, the anise seed tea can take it.

Alfalfa Leaf Tea Brewing Instructions

Serve: 1 heaped teaspoon of alfalfa leaf per cup. Brew with boiling water for 5-10 minutes. Can be served with honey and lemon. Blends well with mint or lemongrass for a flavour boost.

Dandelion Leaf Brewing Instructions

  1. Boil it at 60 degrees Celius.
  2. Add 2 tablespoon of dried Dandelion Root.
  3. Let it steep for at least 3 minutes.
  4. Turn off the burner and let the mixture steep for 30 minutes.
  5. Restrain the mixture in a cup.
  6. Add honey as per your taste.

Dandelion Root Brewing Instructions

  1. Boil it at 60 degrees Celsius. 
  2. Add 2 tablespoon of dried Dandelion Root.
  3. Let it steep for at least 3 minutes.
  4. Turn off the burner and let the mixture steep for 30 minutes.
  5. Restrain the mixture in a cup.
  6. Add honey as per your taste.