Peppermint Tea


Most people look at our wild peppermint in its rugged unprocessed state (stems still in tact) thinking it’s a lot of work.

Our answer... Not if you make it like an ancient. Drop this lovely purple plant in a pot of simmering water, enjoy its aromas filling up your kitchen and steep on a low flame for 5-10 minutes. As far as portions go, start small and add extra according to your fancy. The longer you steep the more mint you get.

When time is up, strain like you would go to the same trouble for your favorite pasta. Enjoy this fresh minty tea after a meal to aid in digestion, reduce stomach acid and cleanse the palate.

Digestion is such an important aspect of health and peppermint tea is a great way to facilitate the process. Your digestive system breaks nutrients into parts small enough for your body to absorb and use for energy, growth, and cell repair.

While many other practices like deep integrative breathing and exercise (ask George) are necessary to facilitate healthy digestion, peppermint tea is a great tummy tonic to incorporate in your regiment.

To touch a little bit on our speciality as a company, our wild peppermint comes from Kastoria, Greece (our source for purity and wellness retreat destination hint hint). We leave this wild strain of peppermint in tact in earth loving kraft bags so you can also experience the additional benefits of their strong nutrient dense root systems sustainably gathered and packed.

So let’s have a solid 2020 approaching the new year in mint condition with health and sustainability in mind.

Use promo code: 2020 to receive 10% off your purchase from now until the end of January!

P.s. If you're interested in a wellness retreat/agritour where we harvest our wild herbs send an email to

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