Use as a food source in Roman times, hops eventually became a kitchen garden herb in much of Europe. Later, this herb would revolutionize the brewing industry as a beer preservative, starting in the Netherlands. Aside from it's food and preservative uses, hops has been in nearly continuous use in Chinese, Native American and traditional European healing system for over 6 centuries.
Celebration Herbals is dedicated to bringing you the best tasting teas, grown and processed as close to "The way nature intended as possible and never irradiated. Our herbs are grown and harvested with the highest standards of quality control. You can trust our new special designations Certified Organic, Ethically Wildcrafted, Organically Grown and Pure Quality. We are committed to the environment. In this box you won't find any strings, tags, or staples in our chlorine free bags. In addition, our boxes are made from 100% recycled board. A re-sealable freshness bag is used to extend the quality and life of your tea. We hope you enjoy the beneficial pleasure of drinking these teas as much as we have enjoyed blending, hand crafting and packaging them for you. Herbally Yours, Celebration Herbs. Herbal cultivated by commercial growers with proper soil management that identify with our high standards of quality.
Good water is an essential part of brewing a great cup of tea. We recommend using spring or filtered water Be sure to relax! Some of the most enjoyable aspects of tea are the calmness and ritual that surround it.
If you desire a medicinal tea: Use one tea bag per cup of hot water in a stainless steel or glass pot, cover, boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 10 to 20 minutes. This is known as the decoction method. Extra tea can be kept in a covered glass jar for a day or two in the refrigerator.
If you desire a pleasure tea or quick brew: Use one teabag per cup of hot water. Pour boiling water over teabags, over, and let steep 3 to 5 minutes to taste. Enjoy!
Serving Size: 1 Herbal Tea Bag
Servings per Container: 24
Hops (Humulus Lupulus)
Lemon Grass (Cymbopogon Citratus)