Teas and Treasures

Organic Teas, Herbs, Spices, Potpourri, Essential Oils, Artsy Treasures, Herbal and Environmental Education & Resources

Teas and Treasures supplies certified organic, medicinal teas, herbs and spices, as well as certified pure, therapeutic grade essential oils.  We strive to bring you high quality herbal products and supplements from reputable sources that are 100 percent Certified Organic, Fair Trade, and Non-GMO Project, verified herbs, ingredients and seeds. We also look for suppliers that use biodegradable, recyclable, and responsible packaging materials. We promote the sharing, learning, and use of medicinal herbs through education, community events and seminars. We have a a broad list of herbal, seed and botanical organizations on our website to help you with your research.


Essential Oils have medicinal and therapeutic benefits, and can be used as natural alternatives in holistic and wellness practices.

Aromatherapy and Essential Oils have been used throughout history beginning with the ancient Egyptians and Greeks. They are used today for both physical and emotional wellness. Essential oils are non water-based phytochemicals made up of volatile aromatic compounds. Pure therapeutic grade essential oils are the safest, purest, and most beneficial oils to use. They are extracted and steam distilled from the seeds, bark, stems, roots, flowers and other parts of a plant. Essential oils are used three ways: diffused aromatically, applied topically and taken internally as dietary supplements. doTerra Essential Oils are 100 percent pure,  contain no artificial ingredients and are free of contaminants, pesticides and other chemicals.


Teas and Treasures is devoted to providing resources and education for the medicinal use of herbs, and to promote environmental awareness.

Certified Organic herbs and produce are grown on soil that has been free of prohibited substances for three years prior to harvest. Plants are produced without the use of conventional pesticides, fertilizers, bio-engineering; or ionizing radiation. Animals that produce meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products are free from antibiotics and growth hormones. Teas and Treasures supports Locally Grown, Non-GMO, Organic Herbs and Produce, Fair Trade, Renewable Energy, Sustainable Resources, Recycling, and Green Initiatives.

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Rollerball Remedies Make & Take Workshop

Rollerball REMEDIES Workshop
The RollerBall Make & Take Workshop is a fun and interactive way to learn about the benefits of therapeutic grade essential oils and how to make your own natural remedies rollerball blend. All attendees will get to 'Make and Take' their own 5 ml rollerball blend of their choice! Check the event calendar to find a workshop near you!

The Mountain Rose Blog – Craft Your Own Fire Cider!

Craft Your Own Fire Cider!


Mmm…mmm…how I love this hot and sweet, zesty, vinegary recipe!

Fire Cider is a traditional remedy with deep roots in folk medicine. The tasty combination of vinegar infused with powerful anti-microbial, decongestant, and spicy circulatory movers makes this recipe especially pleasant and easy to incorporate into your daily diet to help boost natural immune system processes, stimulate digestion, and get you nice and warmed up on cold days.

Because this is a folk preparation, the ingredients can change from year to year depending on when you make it and what’s growing around you. The standard base ingredients are apple cider vinegar, garlic, onion, ginger, horseradish, and hot peppers, but there are plenty of other herbs that can be thrown in for added kick. This year I had lots of spicy jalapenos and vibrant rosemary in the garden, so I used those along with some organic turmeric powder in the cupboard and fresh lemon peel. Some people like to bury their fire cider jar in the ground for a month while it extracts and then dig it up during a great feast to celebrate the changing of the seasons.

Fire Cider can be taken straight by the spoonful, added to organic veggie juice (throw in some olives and pickles and think non-alcoholic, health boosting bloody mary!), splashed in fried rice, or drizzled on a salad with good olive oil. You can also save the strained pulp and mix it with shredded veggies like carrots, cabbage, broccoli, and fresh herbs to make delicious and aromatic stir-fries and spring rolls! I like to take 1 tbsp each morning to help warm me up and rev the immune system, or 3 tbsp if I feel the sniffles coming on.

via The Mountain Rose Blog – Craft Your Own Fire Cider!.

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